During winter, canned vegetables become the new favorite. From the relatively simple canned corn, canned tomatoes, canned carrots to canned mushrooms, canned asparagus , etc., more and more people are looking into canned food options.
Studies have shown that there's a significant increase in the usage of canned vegetables ingredients for easier and faster cooking.
For the "kitchen novice," it really saves them from a lot of trouble. In addition, it's easy to carry anywhere and there's more variety to experiment with. Some canned vegetables are better for winter, such as canned tomatoes. Tomatoes sold at vegetable market stalls have less vitamin C content and affect the mouthfeel due to lack of sunlight. However, the tomatoes in the cans are all freshly picked without concern for nutrient loss and mouthfeel.