Dana Bujalski, a personal chef enjoys incorporating herbs into the meals she prepares for herself & her clients. She, on the other hand, would never buy frozen herbs.
While frozen dough items for baking at home may be useful, Bujalski advises avoiding frozen ready-made bread. It's not so much a nutrition as it is its consistency.
Because strawberries are permeable, they become oversaturated with water and virtually disintegrate when frozen.
Scallops, whether injected with water or not, retain water and, when cooked, shrink to half their original size or more, and can also become rough in texture.
When preparing for a backyard BBQ, frozen, pre-made burger patties may be tempting to purchase. However, you should resist that temptation.
Cream puffs from a freezer are a poor, chewy imitation of the real thing. Both the shell and the filling fail to live up to the standards of bakery-bought.
Irby claims that cooked frozen broccoli is inedibly mushy. Another thing that bothers her is that a bag of broccoli sometimes has more stems than florets.