Remove corn from the cob and blanch them. Cool and store in airtight container and freeze.
By Dorothy from SA
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"When selecting top-quality sweet corn, look for fresh, green husks, ears well filled with bright colored, plump, and milky kernels. When selecting sweet corn, pull back the husks and silk, checking for signs of bugs or pests. The ears should be free of insect and disease damage. If damage is found, discard the ear."