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How to Choose a Ripe Pomegranate

by Traci Joy
The goal in choosing the best pomegranate is to find one that's juicy and sweet. This is especially important if you plan to make juice from the pomegranate. When possible, buy pomegranates in season, which typically starts in September and goes through December. Pomegranates ship and store well, bu...

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