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When my family is in a rush for dinner and we are having corn, I put the corn cobs (husk and all) in the microwave for about 2-1/2 minutes per cob. The husks seal in the freshness and steam the corn at the same time. My family loves corn cooked this way. Plus we don’t have a big mess after dinner either. You just throw away the husks and cobs when you’re done eating. Kathy R., Shelby, Michigan
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I save the cooking liquid used for boiling vegetables and store it in a container in my freezer.…
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