Pomegranate Time

Pomegranate Seeds

I’m thinking I need to design something inspired by the stunning colors of these seeds…

Some family friends gave my mom these gorgeous pomegranates that they grew organically in their yard. The seeds were so pretty, I had to take a picture of them before I dipped in. I didn’t think to photograph them whole though.

The internet says we need to eat the seeds within three days of opening the pomegranates, if refrigerated. Or keep them longer by freezing them in single layers on a cookie sheet. The freezing option was too much for me so I set a goal to finish them in said three days, by adding them to my salads.

My four-year-old niece has recently been rejecting fruits and vegetables, so I told her that these were candy, which is kind of true, since they’re super sweet. She still wouldn’t eat them, but she happily pretended to be my mom and fed them to me.

Well, I missed my three day goal but I did finish them in four days. Yay for pomegranates!

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