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How to Shuck Corn Better: Use This Brilliant (& Easy) Kitchen Tip

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Published on Jun 25, 2012

Looking for an easy way to shuck corn on the cob? Here's a simple and clean technique to remove stubborn silk and pesky husks with this simple nuke-and-shake method. Shucking and preparing corn won't ever be a chore again.

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