We're currently in the heart of pomegranate season, which means you've undoubtedly come across it in one form or another. The versatile fruit can be used in a plethora of ways: cocktails, smoothies, accoutrements in a salad, the list is virtually endless. Now, it's no secret that pomegranates are one of the more difficult fruits to open. Ready-to-buy options are available, but it's hard to suss out the quality of the pomegranate, not to mention the fact that it will likely be more expensive than to buy the fruit whole. Aside from the inevitable mess, at times it may seem like the deseeding process isn't quite worth the end product. We're here to change that.
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