Can You Freeze Canned Corn?

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Can You Freeze Canned Corn? Answer: Indeed you can!
I have a lot of frozen corn, so I would say it is the perfect time to stock up. You can store perfectly fresh corn in an open container using a protective wrapping for up to 12 months in most freezer conditions.

For added protection, seal containers. If you use a sealing machine, place a piece of common tin foil over the container opening before adding the lid and securing tightly. Your freezer temperature should be set at about 0°F (-18°C). Of course, don’t forget to mark what’s inside the container; date; original contents; name or initials; size or date frozen on top of sealed tape or covering material.

How To Freeze Canned Corn

Fresh corn on the cob is one of our favorite summer vegetables. Unfortunately, it is only available for a very short time when in season. Then what? How can you enjoy that fresh flavor when there are months until the next crop becomes available? It’s easy to freeze canned corn!

Canned corn has all of the nutritional value of fresh corn — in fact, some scientific studies have shown that the freezing process actually preserves the vitamins and minerals better than simply storing it in a pantry.

But canned corn does not have the same flavor as fresh, home-grown corn. Fortunately, you can freeze canned corn so you will have a taste of summer all year long!

What You Need

To freeze your own canned corn , you’ll need:  One 12 ounce can of sweet whole kernel corn A large bowl Ice water Enough vacuum seal bags for however much frozen corn you want to create A sharp knife Vacuum sealer with a bag Sealer machine (optional) How To Freezing Canned Corn Open the can of sweet whole kernel corn and pour into your large bowl. Do not drain the corn.

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Fill the bowl with ice water. Soak the corn in ice water for about 5 minutes or until you see that it’s starting to lose its yellow color and has a firmer texture (it will continue to firm up as it freezes). Drain well and place in your plastic bag. Vacuum seal or remove excess air and seal bags tightly, squeezing out all of the extra air possible. See below for how long to freeze canned corn.

How Long To Freeze Canned Corn?

All freezing times are based on foods at 0 degrees farenheit . The time listed is for unopened frozen cans (after being sealed) stored in a freezer-safe container such as a cardboard milk carton or metal bread box. Shelf life varies from product to product, but the general rule is that frozen foods last for about a month in a home freezer.

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