Re: Preserving Shoepeg corn like Firecorn
You are not going to eat it so botulism is not a problem. So why not "can" in using the steam bath canning method in jars? Or you could use a pressure cooker to can it...no botulism that way.
At less than $2 for a can it is not worth my time to grow the corn, harvest it, blanch and cut off the cob, then can or freeze it. I'd rather spend that time fishing.
Last edited by LGB; 05-31-2020 at 09:08 AM.