Toxicity

Cyanide in Apricot & Cherry Pits

Even before I wrote the maraschino cherry post, a number of people had asked me whether the quantity of cyanide in fruit pits / stones (apricot, peach, cherry, etc.) was significant enough to harm someone and whether there was a way to remove the cyanide from the kernels. Since the world has a fascination with deadly ingredients, let's talk about the toxicity of fruit… [Continue]

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.@dagreb @ryanfeeley most likely last batch. I do want to present all my research, including the Abbott's recipe.
.@ryanfeeley the Abbott's is the same batch, just aged longer (1 year with the silver cap vs 3 months with gold cap)