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CtotheVrzrbck
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Pomegranates, What to do with them?


Got some pomegranates yesterday, what do you guys do with them?








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TexasTiger05
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re: Pomegranates, What to do with them?


I've had them in oatmeal and a quinoa salad before. Both were good, but I'm not the biggest pomegranate fan





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OTIS2
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re: Pomegranates, What to do with them?


Break it open and eat it.





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Ole Geauxt
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he called about an hour later.. did he say if he agreed or not?

pomegranates,,,, mush em up and mix with some vodka and lemon and cranberry juice, maybe...

or, just eat em..






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OTIS2
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Don't know....last I saw of him, he hadn't called you yet.





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Rohan2Reed
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yep. eat plain or make a cocktail. would be good in an old fashioned.





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quote:

Break it open and eat it.








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MeridianDog
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re: Pomegranates, What to do with them?


Add to salad with toasted walnuts and vinegarette





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Patrick O Rly
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I'll break a couple of them open in a big bowl, and then I'll divvy them out into smaller bowls and the kids will eat it like ice cream or cereal.





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oldcharlie8
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wine. but, you'll need a bunch of them







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hungryone
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re: Pomegranates, What to do with them?


Try a handful in some homemade guacamole.





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andouille
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They're delicious, but the work/food ratio is pretty high. I buy them when grandchildren are visiting, they love the secret aspect of the hidden beads.





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ladytiger118
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Make parfait or put them in Greek yogurt . Salad would be good as well. Other than that, pomegranates are pretty boring. I love pom juice though.





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Celery
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I just open them, take out the seeds and zip-lock for whenever..





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CtotheVrzrbck
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I just cut it open and picked the ansils out, they were tasty to just eat plain. Not something I'd take to work and eat for lunch.


Don't see them becoming a staple in my diet.






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4LSU2
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Pomegranate and vodka sounds like the best plan this far.





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Zach
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Cut them into quarters and then put them in your compost pile.





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buddhavista
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I love pomegranites, but they are work to eat.

The best thing I have found to do with them is to eat them on a salad, or in cottage cheese or yogurt. They are rather tart, so eating them with something is a must for most people.

I have also found that if you take all the seeds out at once, its much easier. Takes me about 2 mins to do but we eat a pomemgranite a week during season.






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