Toni Tanner Scott from Family Digest Magazine demonstrates the process of removing corn from the cob. First, it is recommended that you cut away the pointed tip of the corn. Then carefully remove the husk and all silk from the corn. Hold your shucked corn upright in a large shallow bowl. Using a very sharp knife and remembering to always cut away from yourself, remove the corn kernels by cutting downward as close to the cob as possible about three or four rows of corn at a time. Continue to rotate the cob and cut until you have removed all kernels.
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