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These fruits are an exception to the rule.  Things that taste horrible are usually good for us, and vice versa.  With pomegranates we’re lucky enough to have taste-buds, and health, on the same side. These are Indian pomegranates and they tasted heavenly.  Buy some and enjoy.

The inside didn’t look that appealing.  The white membrane became dark red when I cut the fruit in half.  The colour balance just didn’t work, and the contrast I was hoping for – with the red and white – simply disappeared.  No complaints though, it just meant there was more flavour.

8 Comments

  1. My favorite fruit…hard to prepare it though.

    • That’s what I thought… until I saw this video:

      [video src="http://extension.usu.edu/admin/files/uploads/Pomegranate.wmv" /]

    • Mathai
    • Posted 27 January 2010 at 8:48 am
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    I like to sprinkle some on dessert or in a cup of yogurt🙂

    • onlooker
    • Posted 27 January 2010 at 2:52 pm
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    🙂 well our good ole pomegranate, and it was fun watching the video. And for us, we’ve been doing it for years,(having the fruit) and it isnt a chore at all. its just another fruit, and the deseeding or the other way around, all happens in a jiffy, say 5-10 mins. its all to do with being used to i guess! :)we have fun trying out all fruits here, the kiwi fruit,star fruit, and the chestnut too!🙂

  2. The first is a masterpiece!

  3. you make rumman look good! i love it with pompli! (I’m spelling it wrong)

  4. i love pomegranates..as a kid i use to never eat the seed..lol.. strange and i cant remember y🙂

  5. I honestly love Pomegranates!


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