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RSVP Deluxe Corn Stripper, Yellow

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$7.99

RSVP Deluxe Corn Stripper

The Deluxe Corn Stripper makes quick work of removing kernels from the cob and best of all when the kernels are stripped from the cob, they are contained inside the cylinder eliminating wayward kernels and corn juice splatters.

Remove corn kernels from fresh, frozen (defrost first) or cooked corn on the cob to prepare nutritious and delicious chowder, soup, or side dishes.

Constructed from durable plastic with an 18/8 stainless steel blade. Overall size: 2-3/4 inches diameter x 10-1/2 inches tall. All parts are dishwasher safe.

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RSVP Deluxe Corn Stripper

The Deluxe Corn Stripper makes quick work of removing kernels from the cob and best of all when the kernels are stripped from the cob, they are contained inside the cylinder eliminating wayward kernels and corn juice splatters.

Remove corn kernels from fresh, frozen (defrost first) or cooked corn on the cob to prepare nutritious and delicious chowder, soup, or side dishes.

Constructed from durable plastic with an 18/8 stainless steel blade. Overall size: 2-3/4 inches diameter x 10-1/2 inches tall. All parts are dishwasher safe.

1 review for RSVP Deluxe Corn Stripper, Yellow

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Thrifty Maven

    This does a nice job making whole cut corn.
    I was looking for a corn cob cutter that would leave the kernals intact as much as possible. Especially when using a knife, and even most other corn strippers, you end up with a lot of kernals that are cut through the top of the corn, resulting in more cream and partial pieces.
    I found the trick to really making this device work smoother is to start with a firm, straight ear of corn. If the cob is not fully matured and still soft, this will not work. Next, make a clean cut on both the top and bottom of the cob. If the cob is taller than the cylinder, it should be cut to size. Then put the smaller end into the bottom, pressing it firmly into the teeth to prevent it from rotating. (The larger end cannot grab the teeth as well.) Find the right working height (i.e. counter, table, or sink) to comfortably put equal downward pressure & twist on the blade. For me, setting the unit in the sink gave the best leverage.
    Since the blade is not an adjustable size, I almost expected to lose a fair amount of volume if a cob was too small. But as long as the cob is fully developed, that wasn’t a problem at all.
    Overall, a well-designed, well-made tool.

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