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  • Heather Cantu

    Not a recipe, but great to know! How to get the seeds out of a pomegranate.

  • Andrea DeSherbinin

    How To Eat A Pomegranate from Little Bit Funky. It's so easy! how to get the seeds out of a pomegranate... no more mess

  • Sondra Upchurch

    How to prepare and eat a pomegranate. SO easy and yummy!

  • Deb Sexton

    how to eat a pomegranate - one of my favorite fruits - they were always so much work to get the seeds out, now I'm going to try this.

  • Linda Smith

    How to eat a pomegranate- I never knew this We had a big pomegranate craze in gr 2---HAD to take one to school & keep in our desks-nibbled on seeds all day. Had no idea it was healthy.

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