Find out how to get at those luscious seeds minus the fruity bloodbath
Ruby red pomegranate seeds look so sophisticated in a salad, but how on earth do you get the pesky little things out? Here’s how:
1. Cut the pomegranate in half.
2. Submerge each half in a bowl of water, and break up the pomegranate gently, releasing the seeds.
3. The seeds will sink, and the white membrane will float.
4. Skim off the floating membrane and you’re left with delicious pomegranate seeds.
5. Drain the seeds and dry them on kitchen towel.
6. Admire your pristine white t-shirt.
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