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    Default Article: Perfect Mess Free Corn on the Cob in 4 minutes

    Super simple Steamed Mess Free corn on the cob in 4 minutes flat- the easiest way ever to make fresh corn on the cob

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    i love corn on the cob... yum! gonna try this!

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    I've never cooked with whole ears of corn before, only small frozen cobs or canned (and I don't really liked canned corn ). I will definitely try this!

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    I never cook corn on the cob any other way.
    I don't do all that at the end though. I don't have the hand or arm strength to mess with squeezing and cutting it. I just hold it with one gloved hand, grab the top the way you would shuck any corn and pull a piece back. All the rest, silk and all, comes right off leaving perfectly shucked silkfree corn on the cob. The only way to go. Whoever thought it up is a genius.

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    I am 67 years old and didn't know this about corn on the cob. See you can always learn something new.

 

 

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