Although corn is available year-round its peak season is from spring to summer. With its bright yellow kernels and sweet juice, sweet corn can be used in all manner of ways. It can be boiled or barbequed to eat as a separate vegetable, or the kernels can be cut off and used in soups and salads or for corn fritters to serve with grilled tomatoes, bacon or sausages. To Prepare: Before cooking, first strip away the husk and the silk, rinsing to remove any stray silk strands. To remove the kernels before cooking, hold the cob upright and run a sharp knife down the cob-the kernels will come away neatly. To Store: Corn loses its sweetness and nutritional benefits quickly, so use the day its delivered, or store in its husk in the fridge for 2-3 days.
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