Simple Trick Makes Those Annoying Corn on the Cob Strings Disappear
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Brace yourself — cooking corn on the cob is about to become a breeze.
If you’ve ever prepared it, you’re all too familiar with the stringy, well, string that’s at the end of each ear. It’s impossible to remove all of this string, which is actually called corn silk.
Well, here’s a super easy tip to make sure you can discard the silk without it getting on your plate and looking like you should save it to make a wig. Brilliant.
Between this and watermelon, our summer meals will never be the same.