How Long Do You Boil Corn on the Cob?

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You can boil corn on the cob for 3 to 7 minutes. You can remove the leaves and the little silks from the ear first or remove only the toughest outer leaves and boil them in the husks.
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To cook corn on the cob, shuck the corn and then place in boiling water for 1-10 minutes.
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