Pomegranate has long been touted with its rich vitamin C, fiber and folate content, and for its anti-inflammatory properties. More importantly though, it makes for a delicious juice drink, with its brilliant red color and sweet-tart flavor.
However, juicing it yourself has been known to be… difficult.
It’s an intimidating and complex fruit, with its tough and leathery skin, and hundreds of arils. But don’t be daunted! There’s an easy, straightforward way to juice this brilliant fruit.
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Some people might have the luxury of a citris juicer, where you can force the pomegranate to run the juice out, or they might even use a vegetable juicer. However not a lot of us have these, so today we’re going to go straight in with a regular old blender.
Now a lot of you might be intent on maintaining the arils in the pomegranate, however as we’re juicing it doesn’t matter if we damage these a bit, so we can afford to get messy.
Which is just as well, because I need to be allowed to be messy.
How do you juice pomegranates? Let us know in the comments below!