I almost always get great deals on fresh corn from some of the wonderful farmer's at the Kershaw County Farmer's Market! During the growing season, you will find me there most Saturday's buying all kinds of fresh veggies and produce. My family and I have a favorite Bi-Color Corn we love, so that's what I was after one summer day.
Ok, so let's get started. First you will need to shuck your corn and remove all the silk
Next, remove the kernels from cob. A sharp knife will work
Doesn't that look pretty?
Fill your jars with the corn kernels and hot water. Add 1/2 tsp salt per pint or 1 tsp salt per quart jar
Pressure can jars following the attached link:
Now you're ready to eat some of summer's goodness year 'round! Store in your pantry for up to one year.