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I don't where I heard it or if it's true. Does white corn discolor when canned? I have some picky eaters that won't eat anything that looks off. I know I can freeze, however I'd to save some freezer space this year.
I don't now about white corn. I prefer yellow myself. My experience has been that it sometimes depends on what is in the water that you use in caning. I remember having pinkish pears. If your clan is used to eating frozen corn then the canned corn is going to look different. Compare canned yellow corn with frozen yellow corn. The frozen corn is brighter.
I would only can a small batch first and let your "picky" eaters give it a try. To us frozen corn is so much better. Many years ago we canned all of our corn because of freezer space, but now we give it a priority.
I have the same issue with pears having a pink cast at times. Didn't know that about the water, makes sense. I agree about yellow corn, but you can't convince my husband that silver queen is bee's knees. To me creamed corn doesn't taste the same unless it's yellow.lol
Eden, I think I may do just that. There are probably other things I could can...save my space. Hmmm, more thinking to do.
I'd have to open the canner to find that out. It's a long processing time and I have no idea at what point it occurs. All I know is canning creamed corn in particular, I do perceive noticeable color change when I pull the jars out. It doesn't happen on the shelf during storage but during the application of heat in pc-ing.
Thank you, Carolyn. That is what I was wondering if it was noticeable after canning or turned durring the shelf life.
The seeds aren't even sown, yet. That'll give me plenty of time to sort out canning and freezer needs :0)