Corn on the cob is the type of food that just screams summer. While I’d argue that it’s good anytime of the year, there’s something special about husking corn in the backyard on a warm evening.
There are plenty of ways to enjoy corn. You can grill, boil it, or even put it in a pasta salad. As much as everyone loves eating it straight off the cob, no one likes getting kernels in their teeth.
The most simple solution for this is to cut the corn off the cob with a knife, but oftentimes, you end up wasting half the kernels. Or if you’re me, nicking yourself with a sharp blade.
When a hack for separating corn from the cob was tweeted in Japan, corn fans all over the world listened.
Thanks to some innovative thinkers in Japan, we can enjoy a future full of corn in our bellies, instead of in our pearly whites.
Step #1: Cook The Corn
Step #2: Cut Corn And Create Gap
Step #3: Place Your Thumb In The Gap
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