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Pomegranates (selecting and opening)

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If you haven’t tried pomegranates, now is the time.  I wasn’t introduced to them until my late twenties and fear of the unknown kept me from ever buying them.  Shame on me.  I was missing out. Something I don’t want you to do… so please take my words as those of encouragement. :) The interior of the fruit is separated by white, thin, spongy, membranous, bitter tissue into compartments.  The sections are packed as sacs, filled with tiny edible sweet, juicy, pink pulp encasing around a single, angular, soft or hard (in over-mature fruits) seed. When choosing a pomegranate, look…

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