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Thread: Corn on the cob

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    Senior Member kountrykreation's Avatar
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    We have always just shucked sweet corn, clean them, place them in vacum bags and freeze.

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    Last year I read online that you shuck your corn, don't touch a drop of water to it, wrap each ear in foil then place ears in zip lock baggies and freeze. I tried it and it is very good.
    Judith

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    As I have no knowledge of canning and/or freezing fruits & vegetables, it was suggested by the owner of a fruit & veg. where I purchased white corn on the cob to cut approx. 2" off of the top and cut and leave 1/2" at the bottom leaving the husk on and place in freezer bag. When removing ears after being in freezer to use, shuck while frozen and the silks will come off much easier. I found this to work and have never had a bad taste to any of my corn.

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    I freeze it husk and all - never had a problem!!
    Debbie in Kentucky
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    I just bag the ears and throw them into the freezer. No problem with taste or texture.

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    I also have done and still do what Kathy does and its still yummy after a year or so, i have been doing this for 40 years and so did my grandparents, who had a farm.
    Mary

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