People always want to know the difference between cherry pitters and olive pitters. This how to video should help a bit. Yes, a cherry pitter will pit olives--if you're careful. But if you want to do a bunch of olives fast, the olive pitter is much easier to use. An olive pitter will not, however, pit cherries--they usually smoosh them.
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