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Let's all admit it: It is so much easier to add a bag of frozen broccoli to our grocery carts than comb through piles of florets to find one perfect green bunch—only to take it home and spend precious minutes trimming its leaves and stalks, and cut it into bite-size pieces to steam or sauté. But removing all that work—by buying broccoli in a bag, ready to pop into the microwave or in a pan—definitely feels like cheating. But could buying frozen veggies actually have an upside? brightcove-video:5339322759001. A new study shows that many vegetables and some fruits are just as nutritious when they come from the freezer section—and often, they're even better for us than the fresh variety. So go ahead and cheat away. Full story

21 April