Sunday, January 20, 2008

Pomegranites

Can anyone tell me if they eat and/or drink pomegranite's? I bought one because I'd never had it before, and was quite surprised when I saw the insides:

I looked up pomegranites on the web and found a sight that said to section them and put them in water for five minutes. Then the seeds will fall right out and they are edible. Okay...they were okay for seeds, but I really don't see the need to go to all that work to eat seeds. Anybody do anything else with them?

2 comments:

Theresa said...

The seeds are good in a salad. Trader Joe's sells them already seeded when they are in season here. I know some people make jelly but I don't know how they do it. Maybe if you google pomegranate jelly?

Jacob said...

I read an article once about putting the seeds into champagne at new years and they would float because of the bubbles. That new years I tried it.... and it was gross looking! it looked like a bunch of bloody teeth in my glass. Moral: by themselves... Good. In your beverage.... Bad.

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