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Every year, I bring theEvery year, I bring the family together and we pick until about 10AM. Then, we chop both ends of the ear about an inch or so back, shuck down to the last layer of corn shuck, and stack in the freezer. No more prep! Last year we put up 400+ ears in this fashion and had fresh corn on the cob all year long! It doesn't spoil, doesn't freezer burn,and it tastes like it just came from the garden! When it's eating time, just drop the ears into a pot w/ a pinch or so of salt and boil for 15-20 minutes! Then, remove the remainder of the shuck and eat! I've used this method for 20+yrs and have never had a single problem!

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