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I kinow corn on the cob is good for bids, mice, hamsters, etc.. and since I have all 3 living with me right now, I need to find an easy way to cut the dang cobs!!! :censor:

I tried the other night with no success.

Does anyone have any easy ideas for cutting the cob in nice round sections???
 

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I use a good sharp chef's knife (non-serrated), and press straight down with a slight rocking motion. Sharp is the key word. :)

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I have one of these



They are really good especially cutting where you're not able to cut.
 

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I use a meat cleaver or a very sharp knife, i cut them in quarters and hang one from the cage or the tree, then i leave it there for a few hours then remove it, they seem to like it OK. I also cut it off the Cobb and feed that way as well.
If you hang a small piece 1/4 they play for hours at a time, i guess it gives them something to do as well. be happy.:)
 

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I have one of these



They are really good especially cutting where you're not able to cut.
Solace> that is an awesome tool!! Wherever did you find it??

Thanks for all the advice everyone. My knives kinda suck in the sharpness department... that's what happens when your mom gives you cheap ones for Christmas..lol

Altho I did try first with a serrated... apparently that was a big no-no and prolly the reason I got frustrated. I figured it would work like a saw...lol Boy was I wrong!!!
 
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