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    I read a review that it was canned, not in a jar, but a bag. Ok I get that, but getting it from overseas just seems wrong and I totally agree with Larry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Dahl View Post
    We love corn on the bone, but around here in the winter it's almost impossible to find. I did see the minute corn at Walmart and was going to give it a try. After seeing the reviews I'll pass on it.
    Same with us, what are our options, frozen COTC or that?
    I think I'll wait for corn season.

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    That's why you put up corn in the summer when its in it prime. Then you have bags of corn in the freezer to get you though till next season. Its not on the cob but its better than what you get at the store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBooker View Post
    That's why you put up corn in the summer when its in it prime. Then you have bags of corn in the freezer to get you though till next season. Its not on the cob but its better than what you get at the store.
    How do you do that? Just strip off the cob, vac bag, & freeze?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LMichaels View Post
    Why would the USA a country with corn of all types growing out of every little crack in the earth need to import this crap. Same thing with garlic. This crap coming in from China is NASTY stuff full of chemicals and bleach and a nasty taste to boot. We need strong food labeling in this country. I am tired of buying something I thought would be good and finding out it's a chemical s&*t storm. Look at what they did to Tilapia!
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    Where can you find non-Chinese garlic?
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    Usually in season at any gracery. Ours (Ontario) has been available here for a while now. On occasion, we'll also get US garlic. I'll use granulated b4 Chinese "fresh" garlic.
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    If you're looking for a great canned corn try Trader Joes. It's excellent, crisp and sweet not mushy like most canned corns. It holds up really well in soups and slow cooker recipes.

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    We really like the Watts Brothers organic frozen corn from Costco.


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