For the Best Boiled Corn, Don’t Boil It At All | What’s Eating Dan



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There’s nothing better than sweet, sweet corn on the cob during corn season… unless it’s overcooked. Turns out, the best way to avoid overcooking your boiled corn is to not boil it at all. Follow along as Dan shows you why (and how to do it).

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