Pomegranate Seed Removal

Although autumn is a nice season to eat pomegranate fruits, the removal of its seeds might be a hard work for many people. I’ve seen some people have a hand full of juice to see red seeds in the process of the consumption. However, if you can successfully strip out the pomegranate seeds and have a full bowls of red seeds, you may be proud for your techniques in doing that. If you are still not familiar with how to peel a pomegranate, here is a simple introduction regarding the process.

To facilitate the peeling process, you should ensure that you have a handy fruit knife by your side. Firstly, you need to pull the pomegranate apart with your hands. During this process, you should prepare a large bowl to hold the fallen seeds from the fruit and prevent the juice splashing out. Then, a second cut is necessary which should start from the crown and you should use your fingers to pry pomegranate.

Then, it is time to peel pomegranate seeds with your hands. You should add enough water to the bowl. The pomegranate seeds will sink to the bottom and valve floats on the surface. The peeling process can also be performed in the water to make your workbench clean. Then you can eat the seeds right away or put them into a sealed bag and refrigerated them for 2-3 days for a better taste. Another good choice is to put them into a juicer to make fresh pomegranate juice. Typically, 2 large pomegranates can extract 1 cup fruit juice for your and your family.

Image provided by By Miansari66 (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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