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Saturday, 5 May 2012

De-seeding a pomegranate


Before I tell you about a fantastic organic and healthy breakfast I need to tell you how to de-seed a pomegranate – easily and completely.

It goes like this: put on an apron or an old T-shirt - just in case, because you'll never get juice stains out - and cut the pomegranate into quarters, like so.

Hold the quarters like so

and then submerge them under water in a bowl. The seeds can then be teased away from the pith with your fingers and then sink to the bottom. The bits surrounding them, with the pith, float to the surface.

Take out the pith, sieve the seeds and bob’s your uncle!

Fresh, juicy pomegranate seeds ready for breakfast.

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