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Baby Shucked Corn
  • Description
    It's rare to find ears of fresh baby corn — they're usually hanging out with the canned goods. We suggest a quick sauté or steam for these tiny treats to maintain their delicate flavor and crunch. And, of course, they're fabulous in stir-fry!
  • Nutrition
    Nutrition Facts
    Serv. Size 4 ounces (114g)
    Servings 1
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 67Calories From Fat 0
    % Daily Value *
    Total Fat 0g0%
    Saturated Fat 0g0%
    Trans Fat 0g
    Cholesterol 0mg0%
    Sodium 390mg16%
    Total Carbohydrate 6g2%
    Dietary Fiber less than 1g0%
    Sugars 3g
    Protein 1g
    Vitamin A 2%
    Calcium **
    Vitamin C **
    Iron 5%
    ** Contains less than 2 percent of the Daily Value of these nutrients.
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
    Calories:2,0002,500
    Total FatLess than65g80g
    Saturated FatLess than20g25g
    CholesterolLess than300mg300mg
    SodiumLess than2,400mg2,400mg
    Total Carbohydrate300g375g
    Dietary Fiber25g30g
    Calories per gram:
    Fat 9 · Carbohydrate 4 · Protein 4
  • More Information

    CORN & CUCUMBERS

    Storing Corn
    Try to use corn as soon as possible after purchase; but if you can't, it should keep for 1 or 2 days in the refrigerator.

    Freezing Corn
    If you like corn off the cob, you can slice the uncooked kernels off the ear and freeze them in an airtight container for up to 6 months. This is a great way to stretch the taste of summer far into the fall.

    Storing Cucumbers
    Refrigerating cucumbers extends their life for about a week, especially if you store them unwashed and loosely wrapped in a plastic bag. If possible, try to use them right away — it's the bursting juiciness of crisp cukes that makes them so special.

Baby Shucked Corn

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