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What causes changing blue and purple pigments in food?
I've noticed that many foods, such as cabbage, garlic, and ginger, either turn blue or purple in certain conditions, or that, like purple string beans, they lose these colors when cooked. Why is this? ...
Dec 27 '13 at 19:36
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