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.
01/03/2012 - 3:23pm
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.
12/17/2011 - 5:54pm
boiled in a lil bit of sugar and butter
11/30/2011 - 2:59am
Potato salad: Scalloped potatoes with corn, bacon, and any other additive you would like!
11/09/2011 - 5:57pm
My favorite way to eat corn is to baked/cooked over the grill on the cob.
11/20/2010 - 5:39pm
Corn fried in mixture of olive oil and a little bit of butter, sprinkled with sea salt and pepper. For a change I also add chopped fresh tomatoes.
08/21/2010 - 10:49pm
Thanks for this article. I was at the grocery store last week, and saw a friend of mine. I commented to her that the fresh corn looked good today, and she said, but it causes belly fat. Since I am a certified nutritionist, this comment alarmed me. I am printing this article to give to her. Corn flakes may cause belly fat, but not fresh corn!
08/21/2010 - 11:20am
barbqued on the grill is the best
08/19/2010 - 8:27pm
Boiled on the cob for 9 minutes...or less. Then eat! You can add butter and salt and pepper if you like but it is great without it if it is really fresh and young.
07/28/2010 - 10:48am
Please keep in mind that much of the 'bi-colour' sweet corn is, in fact, Genetically-Modified corn and therefore, no longer a healthy choice. Up here in Canada, a number of local farmers are passing off Bt corn and the above mentioned bi-colour corn as 'sweet corn' and supposedly fit for human consumption. Be aware of the difference. Debbie