Pomegranate Seeds and Friends

winter fruits for cereal.blog

We really miss the luscious strawberries and pit fruits of summer, but the recent discovery of pomegranate seeds has certainly enlivened our winter fruits.


About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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19 Responses to Pomegranate Seeds and Friends

  1. gypsy97 says:

    I keep meaning to buy a pomegranate and see what it’s all about. To tell the truth, when I hear it described how to get whatever it is out of the shell, it sounds like an awful lot of work for something that doesn’t really look appetizing to me. But everything I’ve heard about them indicate they are truly delicious. One of these days. . . .

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  2. Terri says:

    How do you manage to make food look so good??? I’ve just finished dinner, but looking at this, it’s so yummy looking!

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  3. Kim says:

    A beautiful array!

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  4. taphian says:

    wonderful, I still have two pommegranates in my kitchen which are waiting for me. Have a Merry X’mas, Judie, virtual hugs, Mitza

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  5. bjdewell says:

    We used to eat pomegranates when I was a kid. I remember not liking the crunch of the seeds. Am I remembering right? Are the seeds hard inside? I know they are good for us, and sure look good in a salad.

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    • judilyn says:

      They are not what I would call hard, but they do have some resistance. A few in a dish provide some sparkle, but I wouldn’t want to eat a big spoonful of them on their own.


  6. Barbara says:

    One more comment – what happened to “friends?” Every time I see your post on my blog roll, I see the Pomegranate Seeds and Friends and wonder. Just had to ask… 🙂


  7. LFFL says:

    I’ve always wanted to try fresh pomegranate. Does it have a sour taste or sweet?

    Liked by 1 person

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