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Corn
Tender ears of corn can be frozen right on the cob or just as kernels. You decide how you want to enjoy.

You will need:


Tender, freshly gathered ears of corn
Freezer safe glass or plastic jars, plastic freezer bags or vacuum packages

Directions:

1.) HUSK ears of corn, removing silks. Trim and wash.
2.) PREPARE and pack corn using the Corn-on-the-Cob or Whole Kernel recipe.
3.) FREEZE up to 1 year.

Corn-on-the-Cob
1.) BLANCH ears in boiling water (1-1/2 inches in diameter 6 minutes, 2 inches in diameter 8 minutes and larger than 2 inches in diameter 10 minutes). Drain and cool.
2.) WRAP ears individually in moisture/vapor-proof film.
3.) PACK wrapped ears of corn into plastic freezer bags or vacuum package. Label.

Whole Kernel
1.) BLANCH ears in boiling water (1-1/2 inches in diameter 6 minutes, 2 inches in diameter 8 minutes and larger than 2 inches in diameter 10 minutes). Drain and cool.
2.) CUT corn from the cob.
3.) PACK kernels into freezer safe glass or plastic jars, plastic freezer bags or vacuum package. Label.

Half Recipe

You will need:


Tender, freshly gathered ears of corn
Freezer safe glass or plastic jars, plastic freezer bags or vacuum packages

Directions:

1.) HUSK ears of corn, removing silks. Trim and wash.
2.) PREPARE and pack corn using the Corn-on-the-Cob or Whole Kernel recipe.
3.) FREEZE up to 1 year.

Corn-on-the-Cob
1.) BLANCH ears in boiling water (1-1/2 inches in diameter 6 minutes, 2 inches in diameter 8 minutes and larger than 2 inches in diameter 10 minutes). Drain and cool.
2.) WRAP ears individually in moisture/vapor-proof film.
3.) PACK wrapped ears of corn into plastic freezer bags or vacuum package. Label.

Whole Kernel
1.) BLANCH ears in boiling water (1-1/2 inches in diameter 6 minutes, 2 inches in diameter 8 minutes and larger than 2 inches in diameter 10 minutes). Drain and cool.
2.) CUT corn from the cob.
3.) PACK kernels into freezer safe glass or plastic jars, plastic freezer bags or vacuum package. Label.