mmm, Sweet Corn! åÊWho doesn't love sweet corn cooked on the cobb on the campfire or grill, lathered in butter, salt, and pepper? åÊIt can also be boiled or roasted in its protective husk. I loveåÊadding it raw to salads and using the cob to my veggie stocks. åÊIt is also amazing on those chilly nights in your favouriteåÊsoups. åÊ
Sweet Corn is a good source of Vitamin C, Thiamine, B3 Niacin, and Dietary Fibre.
Best Stored:åÊIn Fridge
Can be frozen
Can be eaten raw or cooked. åÊ
Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of the tissues in all parts of your body.
B1 (Thiamin) helps the body generate energy from nutrients. It is also necessary for the growth, development, and function of cells.
Folate is a B vitamin (These vitamins help the process your body uses to get or make energy from the food you eat). Folate helps your body make new cells and regenerate. It is essential for everyone but very important for pregnant women.