Then while running water over the pieces I remove the red seeds from the white pulp. If I did it with out water running my hands and sink would be all red from the juice.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
sukipoet made me do it!
I guess the power of suggestion in blog land is strong (for me anyway). SukiPoet posted about buying pomegranates the other day and today I had a draw to pull into Costco. I must have had a few dollars burning a hole in my pocket. I came out having tasted the pomegranate juice, and picking up a bottle, then picking up a crate of ten beautiful poms. (along with fresh dried apricots, fresh peels garlic, a whole pineapple and a crate of yams! Tis the season! When I was in the store a little old couple stopped me seeing my crate of poms and told me that they had just bought their first ever pomegranates and asked me how I opened and ate them. I gave a detailed explanations which follows here in case you've never done this yourself: First I cut the top or crown off... then I separate the outer skin after cutting into it around about four times...