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Old 08-31-2006, 07:54 AM   #11
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Thanks to all, especially to Rickell! Just what I was looking for!

DramaQueen, in some places, I can only buy corn in packs of 10 to 12 cobs. We can't consume all that in 2 days, nor do we want corn everyday. So most of the time some of the corn get forgotten in the fridge and eventually lose all their sweetness.
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Btw Rickell, why shuck the corn before wrapping in tin foil? Won't the husk help preserve mositure in the corn in the freezer?
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Thanks to all, especially to Rickell! Just what I was looking for!

DramaQueen, in some places, I can only buy corn in packs of 10 to 12 cobs. We can't consume all that in 2 days, nor do we want corn everyday. So most of the time some of the corn get forgotten in the fridge and eventually lose all their sweetness.
Chopstix, didn't realize you were from Thailand so you're forgiven. . I couldn't live without my farm raised (peaches and cream) sweet corn.
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Old 08-31-2006, 05:38 PM   #14
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I freeze the excess

We grow alot of sweet corn, unfortunately it all comes in at the same time. In my experience, corn is a thousand times better frozen, if it is cut off the cob first, as if you were making fried or creamed corn. If I am going to keep it in the fridge more than a day, I soak it in water for about an hour and then wrap it in plastic.
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