Food Life Hack: How to Deseed a Pomegranate

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It's a good way, but if you have a big pomegranate, cut it across into two halves.

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Step 2: Cut the Peel on Top

Cut only peel

Step 3: A Little Cut Here

A little cut for easy to get the grains

Step 4: Tap on the Pomegranate

Repeatedly tap on the pomegranate... and grains will fall out

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riverajenny9

1 year ago

Very cool " This My favorite food

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_NightSky_

1 year ago

Best video ever!

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80sBaby81

3 years ago

Its better to cut the top and bottom off as close to the seeds as possible without cutting seeds. Then as she does, find the kinda flat piece that sections the fruit in 4s(you will see when you hold it) IN A BOWL/PITCHER PUT COLD WATER AND PULL APART THE FRUIT, WITHOUT THE MESS!!

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Juliecortes

3 years ago

That is my favorite food

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Allie Gilbert

3 years ago

I love pomegranate seeds! I will definitely have to give this a try some time.

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LydiaT2

3 years ago

In my opinion, Pomegranates are a waste of time and effort for just a tiny amount of pulp and juice from those seeds. Never liked Pomegranates because of this.

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SlbimrieLydiaT2

Reply 3 years ago

Very cool! It also helps if you roll the pomegranate across the counter first with light pressure. It helps break free the arils from the membrane.

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Trainbait

3 years ago

I love pomegranate seeds! I'm gonna give this a go next time i get my hands on some. Thanks for sharing. :-)