While choosing baby corn select golden brown bright yellow-colored fresh corn. If choosing canned corns make sure to check “use by” date.
People who are generally at risk of heart diseases should not eat food that is cooked in corn oil as it can accelerate the problems. For instance, corn syrup should be avoided in such conditions. is considered worse than sugar and is identified as a leading cause of obesity in many nations. (3)
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Baby corns are small-sized regular corns that are picked before maturing. It has very flexible ear with its kernels extremely small, still firmly attached to the core. It is just a miniature version of the typical corn on the cob roasted at late summer barbeques. Baby corn is generally grown and harvested for the novelty of its size. It is picked at a very early point in the growing process, before fertilization, than the regular corns. Fresh baby corn has a crisp texture and slightly sweet corn flavor. Earlier, baby corn was a delicacy and its recipes were available only in star hotels and big restaurants. Now, it is becoming popular even among masses due to the revolution in information technology, increase in baby corn production and hence easy availability in the market.