Those little seeds are soooooo tasty and everything about them is beautiful. I’m a sucker for ruby red food. 🙂
Ah, but the work one must do to get those little jewels out. Is it worth the effort??
In a word, yes. And it doesn’t have to be that painful. Check out this quick video on how to get the pomegranate seeds out easily, and with no mess (trust me, I’m an expert on making a mess and I can do this with no mess…). Granted, it’s not as fast as peeling a banana but it’s still pretty quick!
***As an aside, the Produce Picker has a pretty great video on how to cut up a mango as well, in case you ever wondered… like I did. mhmmm.
Disappointed in my photos. Had difficulties getting the light how I wanted, even with my handy 4 in 1 reflector. The focus with my 50mm doesn’t seem as sharp as it should be either. Not sure if that’s the camera, the lens or the photographer. Probably the photographer…
No recipes with this post. I’ve been eating the seeds right out of the bowl, tossing them into salads and I have some lovely pomegranate sorbet that I’ve been adding them too as well. But they’re packed with all kinds of dietary goodness, not to mention yumminess (my highly technical food term) so go out and get a couple and crack them open!