Step 3: The Finished Product

The end result leaves a relatively whole healthy looking cherry. I also work faster pitting this way then having to hassle with filling, and emptying the pitter I've used. Once they are pitted you treat them as you would any pitted cherry, by soaking them in a citrus water bath to prevent browning. From there it's all up to you, whether you are making maraschinos, a fruit plater, or quick snack for the kids. Best of luck & may all your pitting dreams come true! I know mine did! :)
very cool....now I just wish I had access to cheap cherries
We picked 50 gallons off one tree last year. If you were closer we'd invite you over!
OMG My parents had a cherry tree, but the birds got the vast majority of the cherries. ;-( <br><br>I love canning so you can bet I'd accept yopur invitation!
I have to remember this. Very cool and very cheap :P
Very smart &amp; easy too!

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