Olive or cherry Pip remover

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Re: Olive or cherry Pip remover

Post by J.REEVES » Tue May 02, 2017 8:43 am

Hi Tojo,
Very ingenious and it works.

So you press the pip out of the olive straight from the tree. Not very familiar with the olive process but don’t you soak them in salty water for about six to eight weeks before they are eatable then the olive would not be so hard.


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Re: Olive or cherry Pip remover

Post by dieseltojo » Fri Jun 02, 2017 2:13 pm

Cyclone wrote:This is mine.
Many similar to this on the market. A mate bought on and it broke in 3 minutes flat.
The curved plunger snapped off.
Mind you he was trying to do large olives. :)
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