OXO Good Grips Cherry & Olive Pitter - Black
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If you are the only one in the kitchen, it may be tedious to remove leftover hangering seeds. On the other hand, with several people, this task is not as big of a burden. Unless you prefer hand-washing, a cherry pitter that's dishwasher safe will save you time. These tools are available in plastic or metal. We recommend choosing BPA-free plastic if it's an available option and treating stainless steel models more delicately to prevent scratches or discoloration. No cherry pitter is going to be 100% accurate. But some are much better than others. It depends on what your needs are and how detrimental a missed pit will be.
It is important to note that cherry pitters made using white plastic can become stained by the red cherry juice.This OXO model tops our list because it's moderately priced for a pitter that can handle multiple cherries at once, is sturdily constructed, and has an adjustable base that fits over bowls of varying sizes. It bowls us over further with its one-handed construction, which allows you to pit the cherries through a simple press of the lid. Next, let’s take a look at the OXO Good Grips Cherry and Olive Pitter. This is a multi-functional kitchen tool that can handle both small and large fruit. Therefore, it is a good option for cooks looking for versatility.
Tabletop style multiple cherry pitters have you placing the cherry in the machine and pressing down on the top of the unit, punching down on the cherry to pit it. They are more ergonomic and don’t fatigue your hand as much as the handheld kind. And they often will pit more than one cherry at a time. But they take up more storage space, require some extra counter space to use, and are slightly more expensive than handheld squeezing pitters, though they cost less than a hopper-style pitter.Our team of nutritionists, recipe developers, food content creators, and home cooking experts are here to help you feel like a kitchen hero! Don’t stress too much if you accidentally swallow a cherry pit whole though. Small unintentional ingestions of whole pits generally do not cause harm. Just don’t make a habit of it! So let’s make sure we get those cherries pitted. What We Don't Love: Requires a mason jar to use, metal push button is small and isn’t comfortable for large batches
But don’t you worry! Serious cherry fanatics can invest in a multi pitter that takes care of six cherries at once. That means the work of pitting that pound of fresh cherries is going to go so much faster. The device looks a bit like an egg slicer. Position the pitter over a bowl, set the cherries in the divots inside the pitter, then press down on the lever. The pits will drop down into the dish and you can keep pitting until you’ve got enough cherries for one of these grandma-approved cherry desserts. Cherry pitters come in a variety of styles, from handheld squeezing, tabletop multiple cherry pitting, hopper-style, and garnishing tools. Each one has its own advantages and disadvantages. If you’re a casual cherry eater, or just don’t want to shell out for a cherry pitter, there are a few household staples you can turn to. Here are some of the most common methods:While many cherry pitters are made of materials that are considered better than plastic, we appreciate that this is BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and so easy to use and clean. And even though it isn't our favorite option for a kid-friendly pitter, it has a safe and straightfoward design suitable for little helpers. Now that you have a beautiful pile of pitted cherries, what amazing recipe creation are you going to make with them? Here are some ideas: