|Thanks for the Pom hint Btypes|
Simple. You just have to open it under water.
My old method of eating pomegranates involved mining out individual seed by seed was so labor intensive and reminded me a little bit of picking crabs-- a lot of work for a very small amount of reward.
|My pomegranate treat!|
This is the fruit of ONE pomegranate,
obtained in just a couple minutes of work.
They're full of fiber (we know I love my fiber!), antioxidants, and vitamins, plus they're great for your heart health!
Are you a fan of the pomegranate?
It's one of the highlights of my winter every year. It's an expensive little fruit but they are a little more affordable during the winter months. I've seen the cost of a pomagranate range from $1.99 to $3.99, depending on the season and store. Trader Joe's usually has the best deal (of course!)