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Bi-color sweet corn has an elongated, cylindrical shape, averaging 18 to 22 centimeters in length, and is encased in layers of dark to light green husks with thin, pale yellow fibers known as silks. As the outer layers are removed, the ear of corn is revealed, featuring both white and yellow, tightly packed kernels, wrapped around a fibrous cob. Each ear contains approximately 12 to 14 rows of smooth kernels that are crisp, aqueous, and tender. Bicolor corn is known for its high-sugar and low starch content, and at peak maturity, the kernels contain a sweet, sugary flavor. As the ears are stored, the sugars will begin to convert to starch, creating a doughy flavor and consistency.