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How to Pit a Peach and other Stone Fruits

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Daniel Janzen, Professor of Biology at U-Penn, shows you an easy trick to remove the pit a peach, nectarine or any other stone fruit without ruining the fruit. Clean and easy. Just 2 simple cuts! He is eating an organic nectarine from Frog Hollow Farm.

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Francisco xL . 2019-10-08
Can I eat the seed?
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667Gullin . 2019-07-30
Too much juice loss with this method!


I just put the whole peach in my mouth, bite off one side of it and swallow it. Then I bite around the pit, push the pit up to the front of my mouth, chew the rest of the peach and finally, suck on the seed. Easy and there is no loss of juice. You have to be careful that you do not choke. This takes some practice. Of course, it is not a socially acceptable method for a professor of biology, or anyone else for that matter, to eat a peach in public.


I know that flint and obsidian knives were sharp, but I just cannot see our paleolithic ancestors cutting a peach like this. I think they probably just put it in their mouth like I do when I am home alone and eating a peach.
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Hiro Eire . 2018-07-26
Goosebumps. You changed my point of view. Thank you, proffesor.
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Leila Van Tassell . 2018-07-11
Worked like a dream! Thanks!
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iris wigle . 2018-04-02
That's interesting about the animals swallowing the seeds...God's plan. I watched a nature channel once, and it showed an elephant pooping out a tree...manouer and all...and it had started already growing. So, I ran around in a bush in Northern Ontario, throwing out small fruit nuts, cherries and some of the nuts new to Canada, hoping that the deer would find them tasty. Planted some fruit trees, surrounding the mulberry with metal stove pipe and painted the pipe green after tying the pipe to the roots. Hopefully the rabbits and deer won't get to the bark. Maybe it was the beaver that took off with the peach tree?
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Michael Hartman . 2018-02-18
Thank you so much. I might be able preserve some peaches this summer.
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Jimmy Maddox . 2017-10-05
I felt like I was on acid watching this video
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Doug and Joyce Henderson . 2017-07-09
I was really skeptical because I sure thought the pit in this example looked like a freestone, but I went right to the clingstone peaches in my kitchen, and sure enough, IT WORKED! Thank you so much, Daniel, for sharing this video with us. No more fighting with clingstones for me. :)
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Greg Hornby . 2017-01-23
Thanks!
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Julie Gordon . 2017-01-03
That was very interesting, & helpful. You solved my dilemma about how to eat stoned fruit without it being messy. Thank you.
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Briana R Dawson . 2016-12-18
I wish your camera was closer focused on what your hands were doing than an overall view of you
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rahscoh . 2015-10-10
That was not a cling stone fruit (nectarine), my 1'st trimester baby can pit a freestone fruit anyway you cut it....waste of time Maestro !
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Gail Tallaksen . 2015-09-30
Thank you!
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