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Sweet Corn

Available in farm market only

​Varieties: 

  • Yellow

  • Butter & Sugar 

  • White

FREEZING

Freeze Blanched Corn Kernels

  • Blanching is the traditional cooking method used to keep fresh produce for longer periods of time. Plus, it keeps your corn bright and yellow.

  • Shuck & remove the corn silk

  •  Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Place the corn cobs into the boiling water to blanch them 7-11 minutes

  • Remove the cobs from the pot and immediately place them into ice water for the same length of time.

  • Remove the corn from the ice water and pat them dry with paper towels. Cut the kernels off of the corn cob

  • Allow to freeze in a single layer on baking pan lined with parchment paper

  • Pour into freezer bags. 

Freeze Unblanched Corn Kernels

  • Shuck & remove the silk from the corn

  • Cut the kernels off of the corn cob and dump them into a bowl or container.

  • Allow to freeze in a single layer on baking pan lined with parchment paper

  • Pour the corn kernels into freezer bags.

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