I love the fall. I love the cool, crisp, sweater weather, the stunning leaves, Pumpkin Spice everything (except coffee, I don't like coffee at all) and pomegranate season!
I get so excited the first time I find pomegranates in the grocery store. I miss them after the season is over, so I tend to buy them all. the. time. when they are available. Thankfully our local Aldi has them at a great price, because they are normally between $2-4 a piece. And eating one or two a day could get a little pricey. (And I DON'T share with my girls. I let them have everything else, but the poms are MINE!)
Pomegranates can be a bit daunting to seed. They are messy; if you don't do it correctly you end up getting bright red pomegranate juice all over. And the stains are nearly impossible to remove from your clothes.
Combining parts of two popular techniques, I've managed to perfect a method of seeding a pomegranate that saves time AND keeps the stains to a minimum.
See? Wasn't that easy? No reason to be afraid! Unless, of course, you take mine! 😉