Carrots get all the fanfare for being vision boosters, but humble lil corn is also full of lutein and zeaxanthin, aka the carotenoids that help with eyesight. Unlike carrots, which are trustworthy staples at all times, corn makes its sweet and flavorful appearance for just a couple fresh summer months, and this soup puree is a delicious way to take advantage of the season. It’s so easy that its stock is comprised of its scraps, which is great for your budget and your watch. It works well either warm or chilled, meaning you can make it ahead of time and serve it on the fly (and on the patio). Bonus: it freezes fabulously, so make extra and jazz up your boring winter with a container of it in months to come.