Blanching Corn on the Cob?

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How to blanch and freeze fresh corn on the cob is fairly simple. Bring a large pot of water to a rolling boil. Use about 1 gallon of water for every 2 or 3 ears of corn. Drop the corn into the boiling water, cover and let cook for about 8 minutes. Blanching corn on the cob helps retain the flavor. Cool the cooked corn in ice water. Place cooled corn in freezer bags, seal, label and freeze.
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1. Shuck and wash fresh corn on the cob to prepare for blanching. Break in half if smaller corn on the cobs are desired. 2. Bring water to a full boil in a large pot over high heat.
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When freezing vegetables, the goal is to retain freshness as well as nutritional value, and the same holds true if you want to know how to freeze corn on the cob. To get the best
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Most people blanch it. Then, have ice & water in the sink and put the corn in it. This cools it off fast. You can freeze it right away. Otherwise it might take a half hour to
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1 Choose your corn wisely. Making great grilled corn begins at the market. You should try to find the freshest, barely-ripe corn available. When choosing corncobs at the grocery store
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