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Pomegranates: Have you ever eaten them?   The Healthy You: Health and Fitness Polls

Started Sep-25 by WALTER784; 195 views.
WALTER784

Poll Question From WALTER784

Sep-25

Pomegranates: Have you ever eaten them?
  • Yes9  votes
    100%
  • No0  votes
    0%
  • What are they? (See next post)0  votes
    0%
  • Other (Please explain)0  votes
    0%
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From: WALTER784 

Sep-25

Here are 10 reasons to love the pomegranate

Pomegranates in Shuk HaCarmel, Tel Aviv, in 2019.

By Abigail Klein Leichman, Israel21c
Coaxing the edible seeds out of a pomegranate is a popular how-to topic. Some swear by the whack-with-a-wooden-spoon method; others massage out those ruby-red arils in a bowl of water to keep things neat.
 
Any way you choose to undertake this task, it’s worth your effort. And not only because the juicy seeds add visual flair and a sweet-tart pop to a variety of dishes.
 
The main reason it’s worth risking stained fingers and countertops: Pomegranates have almost unbelievable healing and health-protective properties.
 
The regal-looking fruit ripens on Israeli trees just in time for Rosh Hashana. Farms from north to south produce around 40,000 tons of fresh pomegranates every year, about half for export.
 
You can use it as a pretty centerpiece and serve the juicy seeds for a nutritious cocktail of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins including C, E, K and B9 (folate).
 
Here are 10 reasons to put pomegranates on your plate.

Here are 10 reasons to love the pomegranate | The Jewish Star | www.thejewishstar.com

FWIW

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From: Showtalk 

Sep-25

Yes but they are hard to eat.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Sep-25

Hard to eat as in de-seeding them or what?

FWIW

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Host

From: Showtalk 

Sep-25

Yes if you dint want to eat the actual seeds.

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