Ivy was getting ticked today, little bit managed to haul a whole ear into the corner for her pickings. Ate the kernels from left to right in a row, and got mad at the husk dangling from the end that kept getting in her way. The husk however, was no intimidated by her chattering!
- Cavy Slave since '05
I haven't fed a whole ear of corn to my guinea pigs. It would be cute to see Ivy devouring the corn kernels.
- Supporter 08-09 & 11-13
1. I lay them out on a cookie sheet and let them air dry. It takes several days.
2. I lay them out on cookie sheets and put them in the oven on 150 to 200 degrees. I check them at 1 hour and then in 30 minute increments. It usually takes about 2 hours. I do this when I have alot of corn husks. Enough for 2-4 cookie sheet. I don't have enough room in the kitchen to air dry that many corn husks.
I bag them up in ziplock bags. My girls love it fresh and dried. During the summer, they get it fresh and I dry some so that in the winter, I have treats for them.
I've started earlier this year with drying the corn husks.
- Supporter in '09 - '10
- Supporter in '14