I have no idea. Personally, I've never liked them. I think it's a texture thing.
they taste too damn sweet, no likey.
I don't care for them, and was glad to have an excuse besides that not to eat them....
Looks like it's exactly what the name implies: miniature corn. I'd assume the data's about the same.
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yucky i never liked them thankfully.
I compared a can of baby corn in my fridge (I'm assuming you're talking about the little whole cobs you get in Chinese food?) which comes in at 4 grams of carbs per half cup serving, versus canned sweet corn, which is 16 grams in a half cup. I eat baby corns now and then on salads or in stir fries. They don't seem to bother me as much as some other veggies, like peas and carrots.
They've been torn from their mother's breast - how can you even consider eating them? I mean, you'll be eating lamb next!
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Although it's still real corn, I assume the stats are a bit different because you're eating the entire cob, not just the kernels.
Bananas, before they're truly ripe, contain more starch than fructose. I suspect that baby corn is the same.