Nov 20 2013

How to Seed A Pomagranate

 

Pomegranates are in season   and the seeds are beautiful and delicious with a sweet, tart taste and lovely ruby color. Until recently I picked seeds one by one and ate them like nuts. Last spring I learned this  trick to removing seeds more efficiently.

  1. Slice the fruit in half
  2. Place it in  a bowl of cold, clean water

3. Use your fingers to break the fruit into smaller pieces,  gently rub the seeds away from the pulp. The seeds drop to the bottom and the inedible pulp rises to the top where it is easily skimmed off  and discarded.

4. Drain the seeds and refrigerate until ready to use.

 

Now you have a tasty, high fiber , nutrient packed, and beautiful seasonal  treat to enjoy.

 

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