Strange things in Cronometer database
I know that Vitamin C is partially destroyed by heat. So, a cooked food can never have more vitamin C than it's raw version. But despite these, Cronometer shows for "Hot Chili Peppers, Red" [NCCDB] the following levels of Vitamin C:
- 143 mg for raw version
- 214 mg for cooked version
Did I miss something ?
The water content it's the same, so the cooked version has the same nutrient concentration.
I apologise for my misspellings, as English is not my native language.