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    How to De Seed a Pomegranate in Three Simple Steps

    While many of the research studies have looked into pomegranatejuice, I strongly suggest consuming the fruit in its whole form instead. Not only will this give you added fiber (which is found in the edible seeds), but it will ensure that youre not overdoing it onfructose, which is found in high levels in all types offruit juice. If youve never eaten a pomegranate before you may be curious what part is actually edible, and whats not. If you cut a pomegranate in half, youll find its filled with juicefilled seed sacs called arils (about 600 of them in an average pomegranate), separated by thin white (and bitter) membranes.


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