Easiest method yet for removing corn from cobs
I've used several types of devices to remove corn from cobs but this one is the absolute best! I used it this year to freeze corn for the winter months and oh my gosh the time it saved. Basically you do as you would to core an apple and all the kernels are contained in the cylinder for you to dispense how you'd like. For me it was one ear of corn, put into vac seal bags and that was it. (well other than doing the vac part) but it was a HUGE time saver and I highly recommend this "Kitchen Gadget" to any and all!!!
But will warn you, if you purchase the bigger ears of corn, the cob is bigger and the corn stripper only goes so far down the cob. Then I cut the rest with a knife.
October 15, 2014
difficult to use
This product clean-strips the kernels very thoroughly on the narrower end of the cob. However, as the cob became wider I found it impossible to turn the stripper any further. The user needs to have a lot of strength.
September 8, 2014
This product solves a common problem.
If you love fresh corn but cannot handle the biting and chewing (I'm 77) this tool strips the kernels so easily that you are amazed and entertained..
And it is easy to clean.
September 5, 2014
On the first try it didn't work! Don't buy it is a waste of money!
September 5, 2014
My husband and I both love this item. it's the best so far out of everything we have tried and we have tried them all. Even beats cutting the corn off the cob with a knife.
August 29, 2014
I love it. I get way more kernals than I did using a knife. it is not difficult to use and just goes in the dishwasher.
August 23, 2014
I have enjoyed this product so much that I have demonstrated it to many friends and now they want one. It is quicker, cleaner, and safer than using a knife. Clean up is easier and getting the corn in a quart freezer bag is so much easier to. This is one product that does exactly what it is said to do.
August 20, 2014
It is not user friendly. It took me 15 minutes to figure how to get the thing apart. Had to use a gripper to get the bottom off. It does not cut the grain off evenly. In some places it just barely took the top of the grain. I can do much better with a paring knife. I would like to return it for full credit.
August 15, 2014