If you like and buy cherries these days, don’t throw away their pits. You can reuse them or give them a second life and thus avoid ending up in a landfill.
Cherries are distinguished by their large amount of water, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, potassium, folic acid, beta-carotene, vitamins A, B1 and B6.
Cherries are one of the most popular fruits in the world, but their kernels often end up in the trash.
Pipos to fill the bags.
As we read on the website of Jerte cherries, a great way to reuse cherry pits is to use them as filled with thermal bags. These seeds heat up quickly and gradually give off heat. They are ideal for use as padding for cushions and other thermal accessories.
Plush stuffed animals.
Another idea is to reuse the cherry pits using them as stuffed animals child.
Filler for your vases.
These little bones are ideal for decorating your vases. Surely you’ve seen a lot of glass ball fillings. Why not cherry stones?
How to germinate a cherry pit.
You should know that you can get a tree from the cherry pit.
Remember that not all cherry seeds that we buy in supermarkets are suitable for sprouting.
Remember that you can always use cherry pits in your compost pile or just bury them in your vegetable patch or garden, nature will do its job and you will reduce your waste.