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If you hate getting corn stuck in your teeth, try this $10 corn stripper from Amazon

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If you love eating corn in the summertime, this gadget is going to change your life. You can skip the messy corn on the cob and picking the fibers out of your teeth. Instead, remove kernels easily with this affordable corn stripper.

Of course, you can use a knife to cut corn kernels off the cob, but if you’ve done this, you know things can get a little messy. The kernels tend to fly everywhere and you have to be careful that your knife doesn’t slip. Nonetheless, the Chef’n Cob Corn Stripper is the easiest way to remove corn kernels.

Chef’n Cob Corn Stripper, $8.39 (Orig. $9.99)

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More than 3,800 Amazon shoppers swear by it, saying that it “works well and fast with little waste.”

“We love BBQ corn. Not so much on the cob, but stripped and put into salad. This does a much nicer job than just cutting with a knife,” wrote one reviewer.

No matter how you choose to eat your corn, plain with butter and a fork, in a salad or in another dish, this corn stripper works great. You can use it on raw or cooked corn, too. To use, insert the cob into the blade and press down as you twist to remove the kernels. It’s super fast and very easy.

“I stripped 15 ears of sweet corn in less than 5 minutes,” wrote one Amazon reviewer.

The Chef’n Cob Corn Stripper is small enough you can keep it in a kitchen drawer and it’s pretty affordable, too. You might want to try it, especially ahead of the summer months when corn is in season.

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