Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Edible Rubies

'Tis the season for many things. 'Tis the season for pomegranates. I do love these delectable fruits, but I will admit, they can be a major pain to enjoy. However, I have come to find an easier way in which to get the little juicy rubies from their tight little cramped lair. And yes, your welcome.

Step 1: Cut off the top of the pomegranate and score the edges. Then place in a bowl of cold water.

Step 2: Check the pomegranate in about 5-10 minutes, once you see the edges start to swell, your ready.

Step 3: With the pomegranate under the water, break it apart and start to rub the seeds off of the peel. The seeds should fall to the bottom and the white thin membrane should float to the top. 

Can you see? It separates itself. Wonderful!

Step 4: Strain all the seeds and put in a large bowl.

Aren't they pretty?

Step 5: Once you've separated all the seeds...the next step is to enjoy the fruits or seeds of your labor. 

Are you going to try this? I hope so.

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