Cut Pomegranates So They Don't Lose Their Juices

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Cutting open a pomegranate.Cut a cap off the top of your pomegranates then cut along the ridges on the pom. Look closely, they aren't perfectly round. You may need to FEEL the pomegranate to determine the ridges. There's usually between 5 and 6.


Slice only 1/2 the way down then turn the pom upside down over a deep bowl and tap with a wooden spoon and the seeds will fall out. You may also turn it upside down and peel it back like a flower and pop out the seeds with your fingers too. You won't cut through the tiny seeds and lose the precious juices this way!

The end of a pomegranate.
Cutting open a pomegranate.
Cutting open a pomegranate.
Separating pomegranate arils.
Separating pomegranate arils.
Separating pomegranate arils.
Separating pomegranate arils.
Separating pomegranate arils.
Separated pomegranate arils in a bowl.

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