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How to Deseed a Pomegranate

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With pomegranates starting to show up in grocery stores, here’s a super-easy trick for preparing pomegranates.

How to prepare a pomegranate

Do you have another technique for prepping pomegranates? Let us know!

17 thoughts on “How to Deseed a Pomegranate

  1. Evette Hunt

    Oh my gosh that is unreal. I have been eating these for ever and I have always done it the hard way. Peal it, or try to. Thanks you so much for the information. Makes me want to go get one just to try it.

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  2. Adam Jeffrey Hanin

    Opened one just yesterday, and used the slice and pick method… cut into quarters, pull out as many arils as possible into a bowl of water, remove the pith, pour into a sieve and eat… I’ll have to try the “smack the back” method… will likely lose less arils that way!

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  3. Bella @sweetsavorylife

    Are you serious! It was that easy all along?! I feel so….yeah….That easy all along. I am so posting this to Pinterest, because it is absolutely pin worthy. Who would’ve known!

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  4. Sara Morgan

    I really did this the hard way. After cutting in half, I took the seeds out one at a time and enjoyed them. It takes awhile, but,— –my—- what pleasure!!!!

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  5. Erin Miller

    Thank you for this! I had no idea it could be this easy! I had to try it for myself, and post it on my blog!

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  6. Tara Schroeder

    @John316 .. maybe because this is the ‘Blendtec Official Blog’ …. So anything to promote their product…?

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  7. Austen

    Such a wonderful how-to, I love the idea with the water and really don’t understand why I ever did this without!

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  8. Kay

    Try tapping gently with the side of a small hammer. Most of the arils dropped out for me! And the peel became quite pliable so it was easy to get the rest out. Yummm!

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