- — Kosher, Raw and Vegan
- — Super Sweet Kernels
- — Freeze Dried Seeds
- — Low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, and Sodium
- — Good Source of Dietary Fiber, Magnesium, Potassium & Manganese
- — Grown in the USA
The easiest way to enjoy our Corn (Super Sweet) is to turn it into a stew. Doing this is very easy as you just need to soak it in boiling hot water for an hour and then simmer with veggies and spices for about 30 minutes. You can add any ingredients you like to make your personal special dish. It’s good on its own or as a side to some culinary masterpiece of your making.
Try making Corn tortillas to get a charge of fiber, good calories, and a delicious meal. Grinding your own Cornflour would also be a good idea. It’s a good addition to most flour mixes. Corn flour is generally much more cost-efficient than wheat. A single portion of ground corn seeds yields more flour and less bran than an equal amount of wheat.
Making some corn soup is a must for every American who wants to eat healthily. This tasty dish is great for digestion, low in calories, and tastes amazing if you add the right spices.
Dried Corn Kernels: Storage Tips
Food to Live Corn (Super Sweet) doesn’t have any special storage requirements. You just have to keep it dry at all times. Storing it away from heat and direct sunlight is preferable as both reduce the nutritional value of the product.
Generally, corn keeps extremely well because it contains only the tiniest amount of fats. This means that unlike most whole grains, the risk of corn going rancid is minimal.
However, you must ensure that the kernels remain dry. Humidity and bacteria can cause mold, which will ruin the product. Never consume moldy corn or any other food as it’s potentially dangerous.
If you want your storage of Food to Live Corn (Super Sweet) to last indefinitely, put it in the freezer. Be sure to arrange it in such a way that it’ll be easy to take a portion out to defrost. Re-freezing any type of food greatly diminishes its nutritional value. It also affects the taste and texture, making the product bland and unpleasantly grainy. Keep this in mind if you have frequent blackouts and there is a risk of freezer being on and off. In this case, it might be best to keep your corn supply in a cool pantry.
Due to its extended shelf life, you can buy Food to Live Corn (Super Sweet) in bulk.