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Have you ever eaten pomegranate seeds in a salad?

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Yes I did it the other night and it is delicious.
They are sweet/bitter however I now have stains over my top and the kitchen floor had spots of red - pomegranates are yummy but made such a mess getting the pips out!
by Finy
https://youtu.be/aUsfw-KppCU This guy makes it look soooo easy.
by Rice
Oh yes indeed we have and love them, as a child I ate them a lot in England....then wasted about 50 years!!! not having them.

I know....

So we now love them, I guess one get's into a kind of 'rut' with cooking.
They have some great 'properties' so they say for your health!
Wow. The pin must be an Enlish thing then. Cool :-))
by Rice
MAJOR FAIL. I meant EnGlish. Oh, the shame.
by Rice
LOL

by jonaja
No, I haven't. It would be something different, but I am sure it would be something I would be interested in trying.
I have never tried them but I'm sure it would be delicious.
I always eat them as is but I would eat them in a salad. I have fond memories of my sister (when I was little, in England) picking the seeds out with a pin. So meticulous. :-))
by Rice
LOL - a pin might be a good idea - I did it with a spoon and hence crushed some and they must have squirted - such a mess
by Finy
YES!!! thought my parents were crazy I too used a 'pin'....lol...lol
by jonaja
Yes they are lovely in a salad
by AJ
I LOVE pomegranates just to eat or in a salad!! They are great in a savoury or fruit salad! AND YES!! I also used to use a pin when I was a child,as this is how my parents(both English!!) taught me to eat the delightful little morsels of juiciness!!! I have a friend who has a tree and brings me the glorious fruit to enjoy! Also a couple of streets away is the most fabulously laden tree in someone's front yard. I have been so tempted to knock on their door and ask if I might be able to buy some, but so far I have not done so!!
Slip a note with a Christmas card into their mail box . . . . "Please sir, I would gladly pay you Tuesday for some pomegranates today." . . . . ʘ‿ʘ
by Rice
What a fabulous Festive idea!!! I should think more on this one!!!!
by Jules
Love 'em!
Used to have our own bountiful tree!
How did you use the fruit? And what happened to the tree, donjo?
by Miro
Oh! miro_..........it eventually died at about 30 yo!
Used to just eat the fruit whenever on whatever chosen.......salad, ice-cream, just by itself most of the time.....lovely!
by donjo
Good food, you can buy them already pipped at woolies. James Oliver showed how to get them out of the fruit by cutting in half, spread fingers wide, turn fruit onto fingers and tap the top of the fruit, voila!
No, I haven't, but Craisins have a similar flavor. I think I have seen them in the super market as fresh seeds in a jar. I may try that, less messy. Might be good complement to blue cheese salad?
Yes I ate them in a salad at my sisters house. Delicious!
by Miro
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