I wasn't quite sure what she meant,
but definitely the tuft on this one was darker and drier than
before. I decided to go for it.
To make a long story short, probably
I should have waited a bit longer. The kernels near the top of the
cobb were a bit smaller than I would have liked, but the corn was
sweet and tasty. Better than corn that's been sitting in the
fridge for a week, but not that much.
Thank you corn for sweetening my
day! Then I turned my attention to the juvenile beans running up
the scaffolding I'd made for them.
The beans were also sweet and good.
I'd say the difference between them and cooked beans was much more
dramatic than the difference with the corn was! ...638