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I dry ours right on the cob as long as i can then bring it in.and finish drying but i am assuming you are talking actual corn for eating raather than grinding into meal .

If you are talking about just corn kernels that are off the cob already then simply dehydrate it in whatever way you choose and store in an airtight container.
 

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As the corn dries on the cob, the sugars turn to starch thereby losing it's sweetness. It's still usable, just doesn't taste as good.
 

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I keep hearing that drying corn on the cob will take away from the sweetness but what is the difference from doing it on the cob and cutting it off the cob and drying. Wouldn't it have the same effect.
 

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