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Walleyehooker

Freezing Corn

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Just got done processing a sack of corn to freeze. Used the cordless drill to remove the kernalls. Saw this done on u tube and it worked great.

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I have heard of this and will maybe give it a shot but  my wife does all the cutting and is so efficient with a serrated knife I hate to mess with a good thing. :D

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here is a video. I just cut off a lag bolt. Tried a smaller lag bolt first but wasn't big enough and just spun in the cob. Kerrnal remover I had cant remember where I got it.

 

 

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43 minutes ago, Walleyehooker said:

 

here is a video. I just cut off a lag bolt. Tried a smaller lag bolt first but wasn't big enough and just spun in the cob. Kerrnal remover I had cant remember where I got it.

 

 

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Great idea! Sound like they are tipping a few. Why do you suppose they have the cobs floating in water? Seems like it would just make a bigger mess.

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Some people will blanch/boil there corn from a minute to 5-6 minutes and then cool in a ice bath or cold water. I just blanch mine for about a minute and let cool and dry on a towel.

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