How to Remove Corn from the Cob in Seconds

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We know, we know: Half the fun of chowing down on corn is eating it right from the cob. But because corn kernels also make a tasty addition to salads, salsas, soups and more (like the Turkey Tex-Mex Black Beans and Rice recipe that conveniently taps into your Nutrisystem Black Beans & Rice entree), it doesn’t hurt to know how to remove corn from the cob quickly (and without losing any fingers!).

Check out our super simple hack that uses a common kitchen tool to cut those corn kernels from the cob in seconds flat. All you need is a bundt cake mold and a knife.

Want some more simple kitchen hacks? Here are 13 Kitchen Hacks to Make Healthy Living Easier.