How To Seed A Pomegranate The Simple and Clean Way (Video)
If you've ever been strolling the supermarket produce section and thought about buying pomegranates but figured it would be too messy to peel and seed them... Stop pushing your shopping cart! After you watch this One By One video, the next time you are in the store you'll want to treat yourself and your body to this amazingly healthy fruit.
Try my technique on how to peel and seed a pomegranate. With a little prep and some patience you can have fresh, pomegranate seeds within minutes ready to be tossed into a smoothy, over a salad, eaten out of hand, topped on oatmeal, served next to meat, and so many other ways!
BONUS: Pomegranate fruit offers you fiber, vitamin C, and potassium; as well as more antioxidants than a glass of red wine or a cup of green tea. I'd say those benefits are worth a bit of time to harvest the ruby red, delicious seeds! Enjoy and let me know how you use the seeds in your recipes.
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Oh my gosh, William, thank you for such a wonderful comment. I am so pleased to hear you trusted me and it all worked out for you... I do test and retest everything that ends up on Here We Are, whether written, video, or podcast advice.
You have truly made my day!
And yes, there are many more videos on the way.
Posted by: Luci Weston | February 2017 at 01:05 AM
Hello Marilyn, thanks for stopping by!
Posted by: Luci Weston | February 2017 at 03:36 PM
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Posted by: Account Deleted | January 2017 at 06:22 PM
Thank you. I have always been afraid to use pomegranate at home for any purpose. Worried about red stains. I have white kitchen counters. And I like to wear white blouses. I feel my olive skin looks best in white clothes.
I decided to trust you and try it. Wow. You are so right. I don't know where you get this knowledge. You are a Godsend.
And your bonus tip was amazing. I had no idea that it was healthier for me than red wine. I always thought red fruit is red fruit.
Please keep posts like this one coming. I can't wait for your next blog.
Posted by: William Aci | January 2017 at 10:22 PM
I bought a few this weekend to seed, nothing like the fresh flavor of this fruit!! Enjoy.
Posted by: Luci Weston | January 2017 at 05:50 PM
Well, that was easy enough. Who knew! Thank you for getting me past my pomegranate intimidation. Looking forward to trying it.
Posted by: Michelle F. | January 2017 at 08:59 AM