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Corn in the Pod.

Thanks to Snarfyguy, obviously.
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Corn on the cob is great, but it gets stuck in my teeth. Canned sweetcorn isn't the same at all.

Corn in the pod would have all of the freshness without the bleeding gums and gravy covered chins.

Fishrat, Nov 17 2003

Peas On The Cob http://www.halfbake...as_20on_20the_20Cob
by snarfyguy. [calum, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       [Fishrat] - can you describe the corn-in-the-pod a bit more for me please? I'm intrigued but I'm not sure what it is yet.
dobtabulous, Nov 17 2003

       Well, if theese are peas in a pod:

       Then these are corn in a pod:

       Does that help?
Fishrat, Nov 17 2003

       I disagree, you merely need to be intelligent to eat corn without tormenting yourself or causing injury to yourself.
0_owaffleo_0, Nov 17 2003

       Intelligence is as intelligence munches.
Fishrat, Nov 17 2003

       The best way to cook corn on the cob is to grill it. Not entirely sure I want to have to grill, what, 200 corn pods.
DrCurry, Nov 17 2003

       [DrC] These need steaming, splitting and munching. Mmmm.
Fishrat, Nov 17 2003

       // Does that help? //   

       Thank's [Fishrat]. Have you any thoughts on what the pod is made of? Is it edible?   

       Have you tried frozen, loose sweetcorn?
dobtabulous, Nov 17 2003

       //Have you tried frozen, loose sweetcorn// The rotting teeth of beelzebub himself. The pod should be green and edible, but not as tasty as the corn.
Fishrat, Nov 17 2003


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