Originally Posted by landarc
I gets them fluffy. Actually, sometimes there is corn silk and small pieces, I find a few minutes on air fluff cleans em up.
I'll be danged!!! Makes a ton of sense. The dryer will separate em and will remove the silk and other "natural" goodies in the husks. Keep in mind, rinse the husks REALLY well. You will find little, dried up critters in the husks. Dang! I love this idea.
Is it your idea? Can't wait to tell my dad about it!
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