Shuck the corn as you normally would. You can remove corn silk with a soft vegetable brush.
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Drop corn into boiling water and let boil for 4 to 6 minutes.
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Plunge the corn into an ice bath to stop it from cooking. Use one tray of ice per ear of corn.
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Using a sharp knife or a corn cutting device, remove corn from the cob.
Pack the corn into freezer-safe containers—be sure to label and date each container so you know what it is and when it's from. Then tuck the containers of corn into your freezer and wait. On a cold day in winter you'll thank yourself for taking the time to blanch and freeze your corn. Enjoy!