Step 4 – Squeeze the corn through the husk from the top, silk end. The corn should slide out of the husk virtually silk free.
I packaged 4 quarts today and will probably put up another 4 quarts this week. This is a combination of white and yellow grown by a local farmer and it is so good. I had to stop myself from eating it so I could have enough for the freezer. Did I mention that it’s great fried with a little butter and red peppers. Yummy! My grandchildren love fresh corn.
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