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Birds Eye SteamFresh.

by Richard

About a month ago, while grocery shopping, I went down the frozen foods aisle and while looking through the frozen vegetables, I came across the latest in vegetable technology from Birds Eye. They’ve invented a new way to eat veggies for those of us who need to get dinner made in a hurry, but don’t want to eat junk. I can’t say enough about how awesome the SteamFresh vegetables are. Basically, they flash-freeze select veggies (we haven’t found a bad one yet!) and put them in a special bag that cooks them pretty much perfectly every time in about 5 minutes in the microwave (we have had a couple of burnt cauliflower edges once, but I think I just need to adjust for my fiancĂ©e’s nuclear powered microwave). The veggies turn out great every time… crisp, hot and tasty!

They have a wide selection of vegetables as well, including sweet corn, southwestern corn, garlic baby peas and mushrooms, garlic cauliflower, broccoli, peas, green beans, mini corn on the cob, mixed vegetables and more! We absolutely love them. Prices range from $1.69 to $2.29 a bag, depending on if you get a mixture or one vegetable. Watch out for the flavored ones, because they aren’t just veggies, and have a slight bit of trans fats in them from the flavoring… but the plain veggie ones are just veggies.

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One Response to “Birds Eye SteamFresh.”

  1. Bunny Davis Says:

    I love the garlic cauliflower steamfresh, but am concerned about the hydronated soy bean. Does this have trans fatty acids?

    I eat this product all the time, now I am concerned about the fat.