Top 5 Food Life Hacks - How to Pit Cherries

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Introduction: Top 5 Food Life Hacks - How to Pit Cherries

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5+1 Easy ways to pit cherries.

How to pit cherries quick and easy using some amazing food hacks.

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Step 1: Use the Bottle and the Stick

Step 2: Use the Tweezers

Perfect! So you do not damage the cherries

Step 3: Use the Hairpin

Step 4: Use the Toothpick

Step 5: Use the Ear Sticks

Step 6: Or Use the Cherry Pitter

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    8 Discussions

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    VickiK2
    VickiK2

    3 years ago

    I will have to try this with Nanking cherries. The Nanking are way too small for a regular cherry pitter. The whole cherry goes through the hole.

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    SuzyM1
    SuzyM1

    3 years ago

    Good ideas. Hubby uses a straw. : )

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    Ka G
    Ka G

    4 years ago

    ...

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    wildwestmail
    wildwestmail

    4 years ago

    The bottle/chopstick method is good. I paid $7 USD for a pot metal cherry pitter (made in China) at Fred Meyer in Medford Oregon...it absolutely did not work as the hole was too small for the pit. They were nice enough to give me a refund.

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    seamster
    seamster

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice! I like the bottle and stick method. That's a great idea!

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    EmillyBint
    EmillyBint

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Yes it looks like the most suitable method. Although the cherry pitter will do the job as well. But you know, we need to have variations to choose from.