Toasted corn stock | The Vegan Corner

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This is our recipe on how to make a super aromatic toasted corn stock. In this video we’ll show you how to turn the least important parts of the corn ear into a delicious and flavoursome stock. Make sure to stay tuned for more upcoming recipes.

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13 thoughts on “Toasted corn stock | The Vegan Corner

  1. i really don’t know how to discuss this but when i eat cooked corn the
    kernels can be seen in my stool undigested. is it possible that i as a
    human being i don’t chew my food well enough or that by chance corn is
    indigestible for humans? then i read some articles about factories cooking
    corn at high temperature for 24 hours to make corn chips from the machine
    digested corn manure.

    1. Corn is digestible to humans. Well… not entirely, of course. Like all
      plants, corn contains some amount of insoluble fiber (or cellulose), which
      is indigestible. What you saw in your stool was most probably the kernel
      shells (the insoluble fiber) of the corn. There is no need to worry as long
      you chew through the kernel shells before swallowing.

  2. Amazing! I love these lifestyle hacks to make more with things you would
    normally throw out, you should do more recipes like that!

    1. +David Machado I wish these recipes were popular, and at that point I’d be
      happy to share more of them. However, I work a lot to develop these
      preparations, and it is always a shame to see that not many people are
      interested in them.

  3. What a great idea! I never would have thought of using the leaves and cobs
    for a stock. I can’t wait to try this. On my way to the farmers market
    for some corn. LOL

    1. +iamenmotion Thanks a lot for your comment! I hope you’ll find some corn
      and give this preparation a go – I’m sure you’l love it! 😉

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