January 2004 Issue
Microwaving Vegetables Can Be Healthful, If Done Right
Q. I always thought that microwaving vegetables preserved the most nutrients. Lately, I’ve heard otherwise. Is microwaving in the nutrition doghouse? A. No, not yet. Microwaving is one of the easiest ways—and can be a nutritious way—to prepare fresh vegetables.
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