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What’s Fresh: Is corn healthy or not?

By Carolyn Malcoun, July 14, 2010 - 11:08am

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Carolyn asks: What’s your favorite way to eat corn?

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I love to boil it in coconut milk, thats a Guyanese style.

Anonymous

03/08/2012 - 3:50pm

Just boiled it or microwave it with the skin on for 3 minutes each corn and just put ground pepper eat it in a cob.

Anonymous

03/04/2012 - 4:10am

Corn is only health if its Organic, look up the dangers of GE Corn you may want to reconsider eating it again and the millions of products GE corn is in.

Anonymous

02/17/2012 - 1:41am

Oh i just love the natural sweetness of corn and i love it even more that i know how healthy it is ;-)

Usually when I prepare it, I boil it for about 7-10 min (just until it gets soft)
Then, if I have a bbq, I will wrap it in aluminum foil and grill it for 5-7 min, until it gets a bit grilled.
Then I remove them, wait for them to cool a bit and add the following:
1. a little bit of butter
2. salt & pepper
3. a dash of chat masala (indian spice)
4. fresh squeezed lime or lemon but lime is better

It's yummy ;-)

Cheers,

jessica

Anonymous

02/07/2012 - 11:39pm

I LOVE soak an ear of corn with husk on in water. the place straight on the charcoal of your B B Q Oh my goodness it is so tasty (smokey) I don't care for it any other way now.

Anonymous

01/22/2012 - 10:50pm

on the cob with butter

Anonymous

01/21/2012 - 9:15pm

Right off the cob

Anonymous

01/18/2012 - 6:13pm

i like to eat it with lemon and chile.!! :D ;) yumm.! ;P

Anonymous

01/03/2012 - 5:01pm

Corn is a grain, or seed. Vegetables are typically considered as edible parts of plants other than seeds or fruits; however, the word 'vegetable' is not a scientific definition, so the application of the word is arbitrary.

Anonymous

01/03/2012 - 2:23pm

The color of the corn has nothing to do with being genetically modified or not as previously mentioned. Nor does the color determine its sweetness.

Anonymous

12/17/2011 - 4:54pm

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