Pomegranates grow on shrubby trees that average between 5 and 8 meters tall. Ranging in color from deep magenta to bright red, the spherical fruits are roughly the size of an apple and have a thin but tough, leathery skin. The interior of the fruit is filled with seeds, technically called arils. The seeds of the Pomegranate are the edible portion. Each seed is enclosed in a translucent, bright red pulp that offers a sweet-tart taste with notes of cranberry, rhubarb, red currant and concord grape.
Pomegranates seeds may be easily and cleanly removed by breaking apart the fruits in four or five pieces and submerging in a large bowl of water. The edible seeds will sink and the white inedible membrane will float and is easily skimmed away. The seeds may simply be eaten raw as a snack or added into salads, relishes, garnishes or desserts. The juice is highly flavorful on its own, but may be reduced down into pomegranate molasses or fermented into pomegranate vinegar.
Pomegranates are rich in vitamins B and C as well as potassium, protein, carbohydrates and fiber. It prote ya us from free radicals, thins out your blood, prevent you of atherosclerosis, precents arthritis. It also fights erectile dysfunction, heart disease and prostate cancer
Country of Origin : Peru
Quantity: 1 Piece (Whole Fruit)