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Corn on the cob does work out nicely when grilled over charcoal. I either steam first, and then just brown for 2 minutes on each of 2 sides, or cook in over coals in foil, then remove foil and do same thing.
 

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Corn on the cob does work out nicely when grilled over charcoal. I either steam first, and then just brown for 2 minutes on each of 2 sides, or cook in over coals in foil, then remove foil and do same thing.

Corn husks, and silks, however, are often have absorbed and are coated with with of insecticides -- regulators may assume that since people don't usually eat the husks, large amounts of insecticides should be permissible. These 'cides mayl transfer to the ears, as well as to other things grilled on the grill.

Grills used for meat are usually coated with burnt flesh-oils and give vegetables grilled on them a meaty flavor.
 
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