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How To Pit Cherries With A Straw

Here’s The Easiest Way To Remove Cherry Pits

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m showing you how to pit cherries with a straw.

I can’t believe, for the last 42 years, I’ve been chumping on cherry pits, when I could have just removed the pits with a straw.

Here’s the fastest and easiest way to remove cherry pits.

I call this a kitchen hack.

How To Pit Cherries With A Straw

  1. Remove the stem from the cherry.
  2. Place the cherry on a cutting board.
  3. Pierce a straw all the way through the cherry where the stem was attached.
  4. Pull the cherry up the straw to remove the cherry pit.
  5. Done.
  6. Damn that’s good.

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