One of the common questions I get when working with clients is what is better when it comes to produce, fresh or frozen? There are benefits to both! In the end, it comes down to what works best for your budget and schedule, and what is most convenient for you. Let's be honest, for many of us, if it takes too much time or effort to prepare, we probably won't. I like frozen broccoli because of this very reason. Another benefit is I don't have to worry about it turning yellow in the drawer of my fridge because I didn't get to it fast enough!
Examine.com has put together a great article on the differences between fresh, frozen and canned produce that can help you choose if you aren't sure which one to pick. You can read the article here.
What I generally recommend to my clients is to find a few favorites, in whatever style, and keep those on hand because you know you like them and will eat them. Beyond that, I encourage people to try one different vegetable or fruit each week because you just might find a new favorite.
Is there a difference between fresh, frozen, and canned vegetables?