How to Remove Silk From Corn
With sweet corn season in full bloom, save time shucking with these simple-to-do tips that uses things already in your house or kitchen.
To easily remove the excess silk strands from fresh corn, wrap a large rubber band around your fingers. Then rub it against the corn kernels. The silk gets trapped in the rubber band, leaving behind a clean ear of corn.
To remove the silk from fresh sweet corn, simply dampen a sturdy paper towel with water. Draw the moist paper towel down the length of the corn and the silks will cling to the paper.