It’s fall season in southern California which means time for fall fruit. One fruit that is in season right now is the pomegranate. I don’t know about you but I used to avoid this miraculous fruit simply because it was a hassle to peel and remove the juicy seeds. I mean, stained shirts, red fingers, seeds everywhere, it was not fun.
Did you know there is a way to avoid all of this and make peeling pomegranates fast and easy?
The secret is simple. Use a pot of water. All you have to do is submerge the fruit underwater while you remove the seeds. As you do this, all the seeds sink to the bottom of the pot and everything else floats to the top. The cool thing about this method is you can go as fast as you want without getting any juice on your clothes or your fingers turning red.
What used to take a long time and be a mess now takes no time at all and is a clean deal. Once you finish, you can eat the seeds whole or make a juice as shown in the picture above. Here’s how to make the juice.