Corn

Storage Place ears of corn in your refrigerator as soon as possible. Leave the husk on, if possible, and let the corn sit in the fridge uncovered. Keep the temperature at or below 40 degrees to reduce the amount of natural sugars in the corn from turning to starch at higher temperatures Recipes   Grilled Corn Fresh Corn Salad Preservation: Freezing Procedure Don’t freeze more than 2 pounds of food per cubic foot of freezer capacity per day. To package whole-kernel or creamstyle corn: Fill pint or quart plastic freezer containers, tapered freezer jars, or zip-type freezer bags. Squeeze air from plastic bags, seal, and label. If using rigid freezer containers, allow ½ inch of headspace for whole-kernel corn and 1 inch of headspace for quarts of cream-style corn. To package corn-on-the cob, fill into quart or half-gallon freezer bags. Squeeze out air, seal, label, and freeze. Canning Procedure Corn must be processed in a pressure canner. Wash jars. Prepare lids...