unpitted

unpitted

(ʌnˈpɪtɪd)
adj
(Cookery) (of fruit) still containing the stone
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I ate the first pitted olive without too much difficulty, popped the second one into my mouth, bit down, and discovered in the worst way possible that the hotel had mixed pitted and unpitted olives in the same bowl.
Add 21/2 cups assorted brinecured unpitted olives, the zest, leaves and tender stems from 5 or 6 thyme sprigs, 1/8 tsp.
And unpitted olives aren't choking hazards, but are in fact delicious nibbles.
The action is smooth and tight, and the bore is clean and unpitted.
The Ohio Democrat described the offending entree as "unwholesome and unfit for human consumption" thanks to the unpitted olives it contained.
However, one or more of the olives was unpitted and caused problems for the Congressman upon consumption.
For each gallon of wine you want to wind up with, use 6-8 pounds of plums, whole and unpitted.
Then toss on half a dozen unpitted kalamata olives, sprinkle everything heavily with oregano, and serve.
But the good news is that cherries are low in calories (about 75 per cup of the unpitted fruit).
Compared to the regular nodular structures of the unexposed polyester (not shown here), the phase image in Figure 7A indicates that the microstructure of the exposed polyester has substantially changed and the pitted region has different mechanical and/or chemical properties from the unpitted area.
Many a GI wondered why those Arisakas always had perfectly clean, unpitted bores while his M1 didn't.