What is Frozen Food?
Taking food at a freezing level to preserve its nutrient and make it available for use for a long period of time is freezing of food and a technique used by farmers, fishermen and trappers to preserve food. Freezing food slows down the process of decomposition, as the the freezing point hardly any bacteria will be active.
In ancient times food was being frozen by keeping it in extreme cold atmosphere or liquid. They use to store mountain ice and snow to keep the food cool in cellars. There were other techniques being used as well to preserve food.
With the advancement in techniques, food preservation techniques were updated. Nitrogen, Sodium and Carboxymethylcellulose is used now to preserve food.
Its good that you get food now-a-days through out the year in preserved form compared to the earlier days, and enrich your taste of food. But a question comes to mind, is it really good to use frozen food in your regular diet? And if yes, then is it good to make a habit to have frozen food?
A small article will throw light on one of the hazards of chemical used to freeze food.