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What happens if I freeze citrus fruit juice? Will it stay the same, or lose even more vitamin C?
Question Date: 2012-01-07
Answer 1:

Vitamin C I do not believe likes to freeze, either, but you could test this, too, using the same procedure I outlined on the other answer.

Answer 2:

When you freeze Vitamin C, only the phase should change, not the chemical makeup of the juice.

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