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Preserving Corn on the Cob

Unicornhunter

Posted 11:30 am, 06/13/2016

No blanching is necessary if used within two months or so after freezing, according to research.

Nanny

Posted 9:58 am, 06/13/2016

I have found that you can silk the corn wash and let it drain and then put in freezer bags and freeze
it is as good as it just came from the garden.

smalltownman

Posted 3:59 pm, 06/12/2016

Leave it in the husk and freeze it as you get it home, then when you're ready to use, thaw, shuck and cook, taste garden fresh.

Vega

Posted 3:36 pm, 06/12/2016

I think the key issue is how long you are planning to preserve the corn before using it. Freezing is best for shorter term, but canning is best over the long term.

terrrix

Posted 3:12 pm, 06/12/2016

Thanks for the input. Freezing seems to to the choice of preserving corn.

backwater

Posted 3:04 pm, 06/12/2016

Always cook the corn before freezing.

Crypt

Posted 1:54 pm, 06/12/2016

Don't forget to pickle a few ears of that corn, and sauerkraut will also put sizzle in your swizzle.

tlat57

Posted 1:34 pm, 06/12/2016

I cut mine off of the cob and freeze it in quart bags. It tastes just like fresh.

chendo

Posted 1:29 pm, 06/12/2016

Foodsaver vacuum and freeze

1goddess

Posted 12:20 pm, 06/12/2016

freeze!~

cardinal74

Posted 12:11 pm, 06/12/2016

Personally, I think the freeze method tastes best.

terrrix

Posted 11:44 am, 06/12/2016

Which way or preserving fresh corn on the cob tastes better canning or freezing? I'm thinking of canning to save freezer space for meat but also thinking about the taste.

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