The Kitchen Gizmo Cherry Pitter removes the cherry pit with one little push, saves the pits in the bottom of the pitter for easy disposal.
We love cherries in this house as does our guinea pig. Removing a cherry pit is a pain and having to bite around it means messy hands and juice down the face.
- Place cherries in the cherry basin (which you have to easily put onto the pitter when you first take it out of the box. You can drop about 10 cherries at a time into this basin.
- Automatically because of the slope design, a cherry will place itself on the pitter well with the cross shaped plunger overhead. It doesn't even matter what part of the cherry the plunger hits so you need to rotate the cherry.
- Hit the plunger with your hand until it is totally down and you will see the pit fall right into the pit well.
- Your cherry is ready for eating.
We use a small plate right next to the pitter to catch all the cherries that have been de-pitted.
When you are done, remove the black bottom and dump your pits.
Wish I had room to keep this on my counter because it not only works great but looks amazing.
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