I have been removing persimmon seeds from the fruit by hand. I bust the fruit and then pick the seeds out. I then take the seed, usually still in the seed coat, and place it in a bucket with water for a couple of days. After that, I squirt the seeds with the water hose and the seed coat usually detaches. My question is, is there an easier way to remove the seeds from the fruit than just picking them out with your hands? Is there a better way to remove the seed coat? I have grown a few persimmons over the past couple of years, but I really want to ramp up my volume next year. Picking seeds out is not hard, but there has to be an easier and faster way.