5 Ways to Use Pomegranates in Your Cooking

By mahir | May 20, 2011

Photo: Greencolander on flickr

Photo: Greencolander on flickr

Pomegranates might be the hardest and most tedious fruit to eat but the ends justify the means. However, there are three easy ways to de-seed a pomegranate. The ruby-esque seeds are jam packed with antioxidants, which may help prevent heart disease and cancer. They also have a very distinctive tart yet sweet and crunchy taste to them. If you’re at a loss for what to do with this delicious fruit, here are some recipe ideas to get the (pomegranate) juices flowing:  Read More


How To De-Seed a Pomegranate

By mahir | May 19, 2011

Photo: JOE MARINARO on flickr

Photo: JOE MARINARO on flickr

Though pomegranates are high in antioxidants, it can be frustrating to get the seeds out of the fruit. Inside the grenade-like exterior jewel-toned seeds are suspended in the white membrane. Then, once you get some of the seeds out, you’re hands and clothes are stained! Here is a plan of action for the next time you want to eat a pomegranate. Try one of these three ways to seed a pomegranate.  Read More


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