Buying fruits and vegetables in whole grain form, rather than chopped up, is one of the easiest ways to save a few dollars. However, when hard-to-peel pomegranates are in place, you may have to pay for the convenience of pre-packaged pomegranates (also known as the juicy edible seeds from the pomegranate).
Before you give in, the registered dietitian and mbg team member Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN, share some clutter-free tips to de-pomegranate yourself.
According to Feller, learning to approach pomegranate seeds (stained sans) is one of the “best cooking tips” she has been taught. Here are the two methods she recommends: