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How do I freeze corn on the cob?

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I have about a bushel of corn that is on my back porch that I need to freeze for winter. Some say I have to blanch and then use ice water and others say I can freeze husk and all and I won't need to do anything but seal real good and freeze. Well guys seems am looking for an easy way, got any tips? Thanks
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Posted by: PrancingSandy (IP Logged)
Date: July 20, 2009 10:04PM

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My hubby's grandmother does

My hubby's grandmother does it husk and all. However, I blanch it for 3 minutes, place in ice-water, drain and then freeze. Everything I have read says you really need to blanch it for safety reasons.

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Posted by: duomom (IP Logged)
Date: July 21, 2009 10:35AM

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I have done this many times

Blanching, etc., I believe is a waste of time. I cut the corn from the cob, place in a freezer bag and freeze. This corn always tastes SO great in the winter months.


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