Kitchen Tip: No Mess Pomegranate

Kitchen Tip: No Mess Pomegranate

Baldor Editors Jan 10 , 2016

Seeding a pomegranate may seem like a lot of work for just a piece of fruit but think again, getting at those seeds may be well worth it. The pomegranate is a nutrient dense food. Pomegranates contain high levels potent antioxidants. A glass of pomegranate juice has more antioxidants than red wine, green tea, blueberries, and cranberries.We've got a quick tip to make seeding them a breeze. 



1. Quarter pomegranate. 

2. Place the sections in a bowl of water then roll out the arils (juice sacs) with your fingers. Discard everything else. 

3. Strain the water, eat the seeds, enjoy. 



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