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Five kitchen tools that can remove the seeds from just about anything

Any implement that shortens the time it takes to eat pie or guacamole is OK with us.
pit removal tools

Seed solvers.

Brian Klutch

Before you can enjoy culinary delights such as guacamole and cherry pie, you first have to endure the ­tedious and finger-­numbing

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