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How do you know when corn is ready to eat?

Topic: 
Vegetables and Fruits
How do you know when corn is ready to eat?
After the original questionnaire had been completed 75 times, this question proved relatively unproductive and was removed.
 
 
Response: 
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SILK IS BROWN
SILK IS DRY
SILK TURNS BROWN
SILK TURNS DARK
BY FEELING IT
BY SILK
BY SILKS
BY THE FEEL OF THE EARS
BY THE SILK DYING
CASING STARTS TO TURN Y
COLOR
FEEL CORN THROUGH SHUCK FOR SIZE OF EAR
GRAINS ARE FILLED AND FULL OF MILK
IT'S IN THE MILK
KERNELS ARE MILKY
MASH GRAINS TO SEE IF IT HAS MILK IN IT
MASH WITH FINGER
MILK COMES OUT OF THE KERNELS WHEN YOU STICK YOUR FINGER IN THEM
MILK COMES OUT WHEN YOU STICK YOUR NAIL IN IT
MILK IN IT
OPEN SHUCK, PINCH KERNELS
PINCH KERNELS TO SEE IF IT'S MILKY
PULL DOWN SHUCK AND LOOK TO SEE IF GRAINS ARE FILLED OUT
SEPARATE TOP END--IF IT'S MILKY IT'S READY
SHUCK IT TO SEE IF GRAIN IS SOFT AND MILK COMES OUT
SILK BEGINS TO DRY
SILK BEGINS TO TURN BROWN
SILK DIES
SILK DIES AND IT TURNS YELLOW
SILK DRIES A LITTLE
SILK IS GETTING DARKER
SILK TURNS HALF-CURED
SILK TURNS SLIGHTLY BROWN
SILKS ARE DRY
SILKS ARE DRY AND BLACK
SILKS ARE DRY, DARK, AND BRITTLE
SILKS ARE GETTING BROWN
SILKS ARE RED
SILKS TURN DARK
STICK FINGER IN IT
STICK IT WITH YOUR THUMB
TASSEL TURNS BROWNISH
WHEN GRAIN IS WELL FILLED
WHEN KERNEL IS MILKY
WHEN SILK TURNS BROWN
WHEN SILKS TURN BROWN
WHEN THE CORN SILK TURNS A CERTAIN COLOR
WHEN THE SILK DIES
WHEN THE WHITE MILK COMES OUT OF THE GRAIN IT'S IN ROASTING-EAR STAGE
WHEN TOSSEL IS A CERTAIN STAGE
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