November is Pomegranate Month! If you’ve never tried pomegranate before, the fruit can look a bit intimidating. Don’t let the newness scare you off, though. Beyond being rich in antioxidants, pomegranates are a wonderful source of vitamin K, which is beneficial for healthy clotting, preventing calcification of your arteries and improving bone loss. They’re also a strong source of vitamin C, folate, potassium and dietary fiber, offering a multitude of other important nutrients into the bargain.
How do I get the seeds out?
Cleaning a pomegranate can seem like a hassle, but this video demonstrates the easiest possible way to get out all those luscious, tart seeds.
What do I do with pomegranate seeds?
If you’ve had your fill of eating the seeds straight up or if you’re looking for a way to incorporate even more of these seasonal gems into your diet, try them in one of these wonderful recipes!