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Pomegranates arrive just in time for fall festivals and the holidays in early fall. Pomegranates remain available most years through winter.
This fruit is still most popular today in the region of its origin which includes Persia (Iran), southern parts of the the former Soviet Union and across Afghanistan to the Himalayas.
Wrapped securely in a thin but tough, leathery, reddish-purple skin, the interior of this fruit is filled with seeds, technically called arils. The seeds of the pomegranate are edible-- each seed is enclosed in a translucent, bright red pulp. The size of an apple, only the seeds and juice are edible offering a sweet-tart taste.
Providing some vitamin C and the B vitamins plus a moderate amount of fiber, protein and carbohydrates, pomegranates are an excellent source of potassium. Very low in sodium, one fruit contains about 105 calories.
Pomegranates are most commonly used for their seeds and juice. After separating the seeds from the white pulp of the pomegranate, add to grain or green salads, or mix into sweetened yogurt. Bake seeds into a crisp with fall fruits such as apples or pears. Pomegranate juice can be used to marinate lamb or beef, or reduced into syrup and added to cocktails and smoothies. Cook juice, with sugar, into jam or add to milk or cream and freeze into sorbet and gelato. Pomegranates keep well stored at room temperature for 1-2 weeks.
Pomegranate juice is used to make traditional Persian meat dishes. The seeds are used in India as a sour condiment called "anardana". Italians and children are claimed to be the most notable fans of this fruit in the United States.
Researchers believe it may have been sometime between 4000 B.C. and 3000 B.C. when the first pomegranate trees, pronounced POM-uh-gran-uht, were planted in possibly Northern Iran or Turkey. The name comes from two French words, "pome" and "granate" literally meaning "apple with many seeds". Evidence reveals that Egypt, Jericho and Mesopotamia were the first to domesticate this truly wonderful fruit.
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Recipes that include Pomegranate. One is easiest, three is harder.