Reimagine how you eat your everyday corn on the cob with this innovative Japanese corn peeler that quickly and easily removes individual rows of kernels.
Invented by Fubasami Takanezawa and Hirokai Fujita, the 'Corn Peeler' is a stainless steel culinary tool weighing in at only 18 grams that is fairly simple in its overall design. All you have to do is slide the tip of this Japanese corn peeler down the length of either a cooked or uncooked corn cob. As the blade travels down the plant, rows of kernels are lifted from the root and made easy to consume, without having to worry about getting any excess residue stuck in your teeth.
If you're looking to add some corn to your diet, this simple yet innovative kitchen tool makes food prep more convenient.
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