With their sweet, tart flavor and their fun texture, a pomegranate’s aril is full of vitamins C, E, K and antioxidants.
Don’t take them for ‘granate
Pomegranate’s anti-inflammatory properties make it a desirable addition to any diet. Whether you're snacking on the seeds post-meal for improved digestion, or adding juice to your smoothies for cardiovascular health, you’ll feel the red power from your head to your toes.
Break one open
- Roll the pomegranate to loosen the seeds.
- Score around the middle and tear it open into halves.
- Hold each half over a bowl, seeds facing down and tap the skin with a wooden spoon, squeezing a little to release the seeds.
- Enjoy the fruits of your labor!