How to Seed a Pomegranate
The pomegranate has gained popularity over the past decade. For Armenians, it has always been a much-loved fruit and a symbol of the homeland of Armenia. It's juicy, crunchy seeds are not only beautiful, but loaded with vitamins and anti-oxidants. You can sprinkle them in salads, on yogurt, in cereal, but we love eating them by the spoonful.
Despite the popularity of this fruit, the pomegranate intimidates a lot of people because it has a reputation of being difficult to seed. Here's a simple way to seed your pomegranate without the mess.
You will need a cutting surface, a sharp knife, a utensil with a weighted handle and a bowl. Oh, and you'll want an apron.
Need an apron?
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