Ten-Second Tips for the Kitchen | Pomegranate
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To open: Pomegranates are probably my all-time favorite fruit, and I always pick one or two up when they are in season. When I was a kid, I would tuck a paper towel in the neck of my shirt and swim in the dark red juice but there is a better way!

The next time you bring home a delicious pomegranate, score the top on the blossom end. Hold the fruit immersed in a bowl of water and break apart into quarters. Gently push the seeds out of the membrane. When done, drain the water and enjoy!

Watch a video demonstration of this technique.


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