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Apples, Raw VS Cooked ???

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I love my daily whole raw apple and I also love stewed Apples,cooked  without any  added sugar .

Now I would like to know if there are any changes in the nutritional value of the Apples after they are cooked ?

We know that there is a big difference between a raw and a cooked carrot and we also know the difference in tomatoes and how  they change their nutritional profile when they are cooked.

Sometimes I also make a mixed fruit compote, where I mix other fruits like Pears, Peaches ,Plums or even Berries with my Apples and try to find out what changes when I cook those fruits.

Anyone out there who studied nutrition ?

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It seems to me that nobody did see my request.

So I have to refresh it to bring it back into circulationpeace.gif

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Useful information can be found at the usda site.

Check this link to do a search-

http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/foods/list

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