How many boxes of frozen does a 10 ounce bag of fresh spinach equal?
Personally I prefer to steam spinach, or have it in salad- and I never eat frozen spinach (yeuck)
A pound of fresh equals 10 ounces of thawed frozen
If the spinach is fresh, then 5oz will equal about 2 cups. If the spinach is frozen and chopped, then 5oz will equal about 1/2 cup. If the spinach is chopped and cooked, then 5oz will equal about 1/5 cups.
Approximately 10 ounces of frozen, cooked spinach will result in the same amount as one pound of fresh, trimmed and cooked spinach.
If it is frozen spinach, that is 12 ounces. ( You do not measure fresh spinach in pints)
yes it will actually taste better too
Unless it says otherwise, yes. If fresh spinach is frozen, it usually destroys the leaves anyway (the cells rupture when the water in them freezes).
Well, there are purportedly 6 cups in a pound of fresh spinach, so that would equal 2.67 ounces in one cup.
If it is fresh it is not frozen, and if it is frozen, it is not fresh. so the answer is simple: 0%
It will depend on whether you are buying fresh or frozen spinach and how you are serving it. A rough estimate is about 1/4 cup per person, cooked; and, 1/4 lb. fresh raw as for salads. To determine the amount, divide 60 by 4. 60/4 = 15 So, buy 15 lbs. fresh.
There are 74 calories in 1 cup of fresh spinach (cooked).
Spinach is the most common colouring used to make green pasta. Spinach pasta can be bought fresh or dried; if making your own pasta add half an eggshell full of frozen or cooked and mashed spinach per 250g semolina flour. Make sure the spinach is well-squeezed, so it isn't too wet. More spinach can be added if you prefer a deeper colour.
in 1 cup of fresh cooked spinach
yes, they can eat spinach.
In my opinion Fresh Food beats frozen by a MILE. Fresh food does not have that frozen taste after you cook it. If fish, Yes, it is better frozen :)
Grams and grams are the same unit of measurement. Therefore, 450 grams is equal to 450 grams.
Fresh you douche cause frozen is for pooor people
Your recipe calls for frozen spinach but you could only find fresh do you need to cook it first to put in your lasange dish?
I always find that steaming it a little beforehand makes it much easier to layer into a lasagne and you get more in!
In order to freeze fresh spinach, and have a good product upon thawing, it must first be cooked and cooled quickly. This process is called blanching. You bring your pot of water (or stock) to a boil, add the spinach, and JUST as it turns BRIGHT green, you can either dip it out or strain it through a colander. Upon removing it from the boiling water/stock, transfer it into a bowl or sink of ice… Read More
Cod is sold fresh, frozen and salted.
Certainly. Well-washed fresh spinach is a feature in Salade Nicoise.
Once the fish is frozen, it is no longer "fresh". It can be kept frozen indefinitely, as long as it never thaws.
A great question, but you asked it wrong. See if you follow this... the temperature of anything is just it's temperature. if something is negative 15 centigrade, and something else is also negative 15 centigrade, they are the same temperature. so, frozen salt water and frozen fresh water could be at the same temperature, no problem. or they can be a different temperatures, depending upon which one is chilled more, in a "stronger" freezer. what… Read More
The market form of eggs is as follows: Shelled eggs grades A and B (fresh) Bulk whole eggs (fresh and frozen and dried) Bulk egg whites (fresh and frozen) Bulk yolks (fresh and frozen)
Only 2 percent of fresh water is frozen in glaciers.
Don't wash spinach before storing, as the exposure to water encourages spoilage. Place spinach in a sealed container, squeezing out as much of the air as possible. Place it in refrigerator where it will keep fresh for up to 5 days.
Frozen fish does not smell while still frozen. Once thawed it would depend on the type of fish and how fresh it was when it was frozen.(fresh fish does not smell fishy)
Beet greens, bell peppers, broccoli, celery, chard, collard greens, green beans, kale, lettuce, mixed vegetables, mukimame, mushrooms, mustard greens, peas, potatoes, soybeans, spinach, sweet corn, sweet peppers and turnip greens are 20 top-selling frozen organic vegetables. Celery, greens, peppers, potatoes and spinach can be compromised by the pesticides and preservatives that are employed in conventional farming and marketing. Mukimame is a shelled soybean that can be easier to locate and to purchase frozen than fresh.
Yes, but make sure it is just plain spinach, with nothing added. (fresh)
There are three different types of spinach generally available. Savoy has crisp, creased curly leaves that have a springy texture. Smooth-leaf has flat, unwrinkled, spade-shaped leaves, while semi-savoy is similar in texture to savoy but is not as crinkled in appearance. Baby spinach is excellent for salads. Choose spinach that has vibrant deep green leaves and stems with no signs of yellowing. The leaves should look fresh and tender, and not be wilted or bruised… Read More
4 cups leaves, 6 ounces 1lb fresh = 1 cup cooked 15 to 16 oz. can = 1 1/2 - 2 cups 10 oz bag = 6 cups of leaves, 1 1/4 cups cooked, 2/3 cup cooked & squeezed dry 10oz frozen = 1 1/2cups cooked
fresh food is fresh and is good to be eaten but it can get dried but frozen is kept in the cold Frigidaire and can be for a long time in the shop
you can boil it, make it into a salad, make spinach stew, lots of options but just don't fry it:)
about 7/10 of earth's fresh water is frozen in glaciers and icebergs.
How long do fresh cream cakes last in the fridge or can they be frozen
Calories in fresh spinach In fresh spinach (cooked and raw examples) there are: Approx 7 calories in 1 ounce or 28g of raw spinach Approx 65 calories in one 10 oz bunch of raw spinach Approx 78 calories in one 12 oz bunch of raw spinach Approx 23 calories in 3Â½ ounces or 100 of boiled or steamed spinach Approx 41 calories in 1 cup (6.3 oz or 179) of boiled or steamed spinach For… Read More
The word spinach is a noun which can function as the subject of a sentence or clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples: subject: The spinach from the neighborhood garden is so fresh. object: I add spinach to my scrambled eggs.
About 10 grams
Fresh baby spinach
About 6 cups
A frozen turkey does not weigh more than fresh. A 15-lb frozen turkey will weigh 15 lbs. when it is thawed.
They are both the same healthiness, unless the fresh have been on a supermarket shelf for a long time. In this case, the frozen may have kept it's nutrients better than the fresh. Bear in mind that frozen strawberries become unusable mushy if you defrost them - they're better off eaten frozen or cooked from frozen.
vegtables can be brought fresh, frozen, in a can and some can be brought as a powder fruit can be brought fresh, canned, frozen
2% of all the water on Earth is frozen fresh water.
Frozen plasma is never given
One and a half ounces of frozen blackberries make 12 ounces. There are 8 ounces to a cup.
There are many things you can eat, but spinach has a high nutritional value and is extremely rich in antioxidants, especially when fresh, steamed, or quickly boiled. There are also many vitamins in spinach.
Fresh chicken is fresher because frozen chicken is nasty and it is very bad for your body.
3% though 2% of that 3% is frozen -------------------------------------- 1% fresh 2%frozen 97% salt
I have found the best way to keep spinach fresh is to treat it like flowers. I put in a jug of fresh water which I change daily. You can keep it either in the refrigerator or away from direct sunlight on the kitchen bench. With that said I still try to use it as quickly as possible