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Roasted Corn Or Cooked Corn Which One Do You Prefer?

Which one do you think is better and tastes better.

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~I've never tried the Chinese Corn

~Some sweetcorn do tatse unnatural which is why i swear by Green Giant brand. . The Best got you this link & a pic,maybe when you browse in SM you'll find it . . . .http://www.britishsupermarketworldwide.com/acatalog/info_35720.html

~SLE Corn is Yum. .

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LOL Aww indeed, yeah, I know right?

The closest I've been to acquiring a similar taste here is the chinese corn they sell at their "Ocean" markets.

Sweet corn just didn't do it for me. The taste was unnatural. Like digesting those artifical sweetners you put in coffee or something.

I haven't tried Green Giant Sweetcorn, where can I get it?

Now, your SLE corn sounds more like it. Yum yum

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Both but nt witout COCONUT

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i am glad that i am not alone on that

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We were born from the same mother.

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hahahahah true dat. who wants to feel like they're chewing plastic?

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Boiled Corn is nice with coconuts.

Roasted Corn is nice too, but not the hard one oh, that one na punishment

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Both with the right accompainment.

Boiled corn with coconut,Roasted with pear(ube).

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I love both but the corn must be fresh and soft.I've noticed that Lagosians can't roast corn without burning it.Back home you get perfectly roasted golden corn with pear.

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roasted and ube all d time

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BOTH!!!

roasted corn done right tastes very good. so does boiled corn with coconut.

i remember those days during the corn season.

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dont like corn

but cooked corn will be a better alternative

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corn moi moi (ukpo oka)

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I'll go with cooked corn.

Roasted corn gives me night cough.

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I prefer roasted corn, it has more flavour.

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