So when I use them in a mo. Or so, I can still have the fresh on the cob/husk look to grill them whole...
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Usually No. Corn needs to blanced a bit before freezing.
I'd suggest husking them--blanch them and freeze them.
And then package the saved husks and freeze them---when you cook them on the grill coat with oil and seasoning salt..and secure a few husks around them soaked in water and secured with kitchen twine.
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