I recently started experimenting with LSA containing seeds, starting with morning glories and then- after finding them difficult to work with due to the quantity involved- moved to Hawaiian Baby Woodrose. SWIM read repeatedly about how important it is to remove the "fuzzy seed coat" and how this area contains most of the nasty glycosides. But upon arrival, I found them almost impossible to de-shell. There seems to be no firm line where the shell ends and the seed center begins; there's certainly no seam that you could pull it apart from, like with sunflower seeds. It seems to be coated in a rock-hard, firmly bonded shell material. SWIM can cut a seed in half and see the white center and the dark edges, but found it almost impossible to hold a tiny seed down, take a knife to it and cut it. I tried cutting, filing, scissoring, clipping pieces off with nail clippers, and generally trying anything available to take off seed shells without eliminating good material. But even after spending like ten minutes on a single seed it still didn't look cleanly and safely de-shelled. Does anyone have advice on how to easily prepare Hawaiian Baby Woodrose for extraction/consumption? Thanks in advance.