A fine choice for those who don't want a silly-looking yellow corn peeler. Contains a little cover so you can safely store it in a drawer. Most say this tool is clearly better and safer than using a knife.
Takes time to get used to how to hold the corn at the right angle.
This efficient tool does the job faster and in a safer manner than a knife. Works on cooked or uncooked corn. Rubber shield covers blade so you don't cut yourself when searching through drawers for it. Sharp.
To avoid a mess, use the product over a large bowl or baking sheet so the kernels have plenty of places to go besides your counter top and floor.
The stainless-steel blade can remove all kernels from an ear of corn in 10 to 15 seconds. Although washing by hand is recommended, in a pinch, these corn strippers can be placed in the dishwasher.
Works best if you strip corn over a tray, as it can be rather messy.
Unlike many other models, this corn stripper is designed to contain all the kernels after removal for a mess-free operation. The blade is made of stainless steel, and the unit comes apart for easy cleaning in the dishwasher.
Read the directions before using to understand how to twist through the corn so you don't break the outer plastic container.
This handy device has a nonslip silicone ring on the bottom to keep the bowl in place. A grater attachment is also included. The money-back guarantee gives buyers peace of mind.
Some consumers say the durability isn’t as impressive as that of comparably priced models.
A corn peeler or stripper cuts away the kernels from the cob. This allows you to put kernels in stews, vegetable dishes, and salads. With a corn peeler you can use fresh corn rather than having to buy canned or frozen corn. A corn peeler can look like a carrot peeler with a wide head that peels the kernels off. Another type has a cylindrical shape that fits the entire circumference of the cob. It acts like an apple corer in that you push it down over the cob to strip off the kernels. Though these may do the job faster than the other corn peeler design, your cob needs to fit the circumference of the tool closely. Some, however, are designed to be adjustable.
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