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Fresh Corn on the Cob £0.35 each / 3 for £0.99 Lidl
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Fresh Corn on the Cob £0.35 each / 3 for £0.99 Lidl

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These are so much better than pre packed! They are way bigger, much tastier, last significantly longer and come in their own plastic free packaging. I'm risking getting over excited about sweetcorn so I'll stop now. Voted Hot
Edited by: "Mathieu_" 21st Sep
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That makes them 33p each for 3. But our local had a two pack this morning for 65p
These are so much better than pre packed! They are way bigger, much tastier, last significantly longer and come in their own plastic free packaging. I'm risking getting over excited about sweetcorn so I'll stop now. Voted Hot
Edited by: "Mathieu_" 21st Sep
Mathieu_21/09/2019 11:17

These are so much better than pre packed! They are way bigger, much …These are so much better than pre packed! They are way bigger, much tastier, last significantly longer and come in their own plastic free packaging. I'm risking getting over excited about sweetcorn so I'll stop now. Voted Hot


Butter with it?! And chilli sliced?!
Bought 3 this morning - the only problem is they don't always have them and going back to the pre-packed, always perfectly straight, perfectly yellow ones ceases to be an option once you've had these.
British corn doesn't taste like a proper corn should taste. It's so sweet. A proper corn should boil for at least 45 minutes until ready, and it should taste like...a proper corn. Not like a lolipop.
roehampton21/09/2019 12:13

British corn doesn't taste like a proper corn should taste. It's so sweet. …British corn doesn't taste like a proper corn should taste. It's so sweet. A proper corn should boil for at least 45 minutes until ready, and it should taste like...a proper corn. Not like a lolipop.


It's sweet because of the variety - in Canada it's sold as 'peaches and cream' corn, which is known for its sweetness
The Waitrose ones are the sweetest you can buy...

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Voted hot. My local had these last few weeks. So much better than the packaged stuff. Great for a simple meal of BBQ pulled chicken on a bread roll with a couple of these on the side. So nice they don't even need butter!
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