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How to remove cherry seed with a funnel

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262 points · 6 months ago

Anyone else notice that lil lurker down in the corner there?

level 2

Not until I read your comment. Holy shit.

level 2

What is that??

level 3
49 points · 6 months ago

A kid..? lol

level 4

What is that??

level 5

A kid..? lol

level 6

What is that??

level 7

A... baby goat?

I kid.

level 8
Comment deleted6 months ago(1 child)
level 9

That lol

Is...?

level 7

15 METER TITAN NORTHWEST POSITION

level 3

A future redditor

level 2
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3 points · 6 months ago

Crumb snatcher

level 1

Too much work. I’d just spit the seed out.

level 2

Probably more for things like cherry pie.

level 3

Someone grab the cream! We're going to have a feast tonight!

level 4
Comment deleted6 months ago(1 child)
level 5

Sfw

Yw

level 3

Still too much work. This is a pretty terrible technique for any kind of volume unless you've lost all your good tools and absolutely have to pit a cherry.

level 2
4 points · 6 months ago

I’d assume this is for a pie or similar

level 3
3 points · 6 months ago

Or kids. My mom is the queen of one use kitchen tools. If I ever acknowledge one I know I'm getting it as a gift. So my avocado thingy, butter boy, pistachio bowl, and others are collecting dust. However, the cherry pitter is amazing for my kids in the summer.

level 2

twss

level 1

Step one: Get those enormous giant atomic cherries I have only ever seen in Washington.

level 2
18 points · 6 months ago

Only thing in life that’s worth the diarrhea is Rainier cherries.

level 3

Every year I can’t stop eating them until they make me sick. Even then I still buy them a few more times just to make sure I had enough for a season.

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