The Punica Granatum, commonly known as ‘the pomegranate’, comes with its own line of rich history and is truly one of the world’s most ancient of foods. The pomegranate is a superfood (rich in antioxidants) native to the East and can be found mentioned in historical documents as far back as 4000 BC.
All right, so it’s not so much how you eat the pomegranate, it’s more about how you remove the seeds in order to eat them. There are various methods, the most popular of which is to slice the pomegranate in half, then hit the bottom of it until all the seeds are shook free. The reason this isn’t the ‘right’ way is because you tend to end up losing seeds all over the place. But do not fret; we have the right way for you, plus pictures!