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Pistachios without nutshells

Pistachios without nutshells
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I wish there were pistachios removed from their nutshells before packaging.
Thrust, Feb 21 2014

c'mon.... https://www.google.....10.582.7o9Rrd4mLn4
[xandram, Feb 21 2014]

NonStick Pizza Cutter [ytk, Feb 21 2014]


       Have you considered, by any chance, Googling for "shelled pistachios"? They might, just possibly, be the thing you're looking for.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 21 2014

       No that would be not quite it. That would be just shelled pistachios. You see, if you define them as "without nutshells" and then you get just shelled pistachios, then you are totally lacking the shells, rather than merely without them.   

       I think the new idea is that the package should be bifurcated with the shelled nuts in one half and the shells in the other. That way you would truly get pistachios without their shells, rather than the currently available pistachios with no shells.
pocmloc, Feb 21 2014

       The problem with "shelled pistachios" is that you can't put them back in their shells if you aren't supplied with the shells. In [pocmloc]'s bifurcated packaging, the shell and corresponding pistachio would be printed with matching serial numbers, so they can be correctly reassembled, if desired.
swimswim, Feb 21 2014

       Or supplied in blister packs like aspirins, one pistachio in the left side and its shell in the right.
pocmloc, Feb 21 2014

       Now if only there were some way to cut my pizza without the cheese sticking to the roller…
ytk, Feb 21 2014

       //Now if only there were some way to cut my pizza without the cheese sticking to the roller…//   

       Pop it in the freezer for an hour. Then have at it with a cleaver. Or just throw it hard on a concrete floor and pick up your favorite sized fragments.
bs0u0155, Feb 21 2014

       I was actually thinking of an idea from a few years back (link).
ytk, Feb 21 2014

       They should perforate the base, like stamp edging, then you can just tear it.
bs0u0155, Feb 21 2014


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