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10 Low-budget Uses for Corn

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Succotash

Succotash has been around for centuries, but there's a reason for its enduring popularity: It tastes great!
Succotash has been around for centuries, but there's a reason for its enduring popularity: It tastes great!
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Though some consider it to be traditional Southern fare, succotash was also a favorite among early settlers and Native Americans. The recipe generally pairs corn kernels with peppers and lima beans, though it can be livened up with anything from shrimp to croutons for a distinctive kick. Cheaper, frozen veggies work just as well as fresh varieties for this particular dish, so it's easy and affordable to churn out any time of year!

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