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How To Seed a Pomogranate

December 3, 2010

Pomegranates are an antioxidant filled winter fruit that is as tasty as it is healthy.  The edible part is the seeds, which add a sweet crunch to salads, cereals and yoghurt.

Getting the seeds out, however can be a challenge. Pomegranate seeds are worth the trouble, if you know a few tricks that make getting them out a breeze.

Cut the pomogranate into quarters. Break off sections of the fruit to expose clusters of seeds. Using a fork, gently scoop out the clusters, removing any bits of pulp that might come off as well. Be careful not to crush the seeds. The red juice stains, so protect your clothing and light colored countertops!

I have also read that you can soak the sections, and the seeds come out easily in the water.

Enjoy!


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