Dried fruit is a good choice when you need a healthy snack or even as a sweet addition to a recipe.While many fruits may be considered lower in vitamin K, does the process of drying different fruits affect their vitamin K content? For example, raw spinach alone is already quite high in vitamin K but once cooked, the vitamin K content grows even higher. This is in part due to the serving size. Fresh spinach has a lower number of leaves by volume than cooked spinach.

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