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Posted: 6/3/2012 3:34:25 PM

Boil water.  Add corn.

Is actually in season right now and like 6 for a dollar.

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Posted: 6/3/2012 3:43:55 PM
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Posted: 6/3/2012 4:44:43 PM
No cans, no packages, no boxes, no cubes, no processing.
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Posted: 6/3/2012 5:46:06 PM
It's so simple, it's almost too simple.
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Posted: 6/3/2012 5:47:28 PM
Canned corn was designed for situations without refrigeration.  If have refrigeration, even frozen corn will last a year in the freezer.
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Posted: 6/3/2012 5:49:50 PM

Many grocery stores now have trash bins next to the corn so can shuck it right there. 

They even sell fresh corn at gas stations and in parking lots.  Fairly easy to source.

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Posted: 6/3/2012 5:51:59 PM

Actually if want a decent quick meal........ boil up some mashed potatoes and buy a noncubed rotisserrie chicken. 

Anybody ever witness the chicken cubing process?  Prolly won't eat it if witness that process.

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Posted: 6/3/2012 5:53:17 PM
The Rotisserie chickens are at least cooked a couple times a day.  Who knows what's going on with cubed chicken.
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Posted: 6/3/2012 5:58:10 PM
Maybe sneak a stick of butter and some garlic in that corn.
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Posted: 6/3/2012 6:00:54 PM

Velveeta doesn't exactly add much to the organic part.

What preservatives are missing?

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Posted: 6/4/2012 5:40:25 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by FriedShrimp:

Boil water.  Add corn.

Is actually in season right now and like 6 for a dollar.

   Haven't boiled corn in years.  Take three ears, (that's all I've ever tried at one time) partially shuck leaving the inner husk and tassle, soak for a few minutes in water, place in the micro-wave for 3 minutes, remove and let them cool for 3 more minutes, best corn on the cob I've ever had. 
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Posted: 6/5/2012 8:58:23 AM
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Originally Posted by 222bad:

   Haven't boiled corn in years.  Take three ears, (that's all I've ever tried at one time) partially shuck leaving the inner husk and tassle, soak for a few minutes in water, place in the micro-wave for 3 minutes, remove and let them cool for 3 more minutes, best corn on the cob I've ever had. 

Interesting.  May have to try that

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