Discussion in 'The Village Square' started by Islandlife, Oct 1, 2019.
Anybody know what this is? Have you ever used one?
My first thought is that it is a pretty old corn shucker, looks similar to one I saw on antiques road show quiet a while ago.
Changed my mind, I think it is a Corn Sheller..
I agree with Toni.
When I saw it I had no idea either - but this is the 'what it is'
It looks similiar to a corn sheller I used as a boy. Wider though. Not a pic of ours but same model and design.
Interesting! I've not seen one of these before
However I have actually USED one of these.......
Is that used for corn whisky? I was shocked to learn the majority of vodka is actually made from rice, like saki. Corn whisky may be as rare as potato vodka.
I dunno about whiskey but it sure got our clothes clean.
Everyone probably knows what this is, but a 30something didn’t until yesterday. She thought it had something to do with opening wine.
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