It has few calories and lots of fibers, as well as vitamins and antioxidants that can prevent many diseases. A pomegranate a day provides 40% of daily vitamin C intake necessary for adults. Besides, pomegranate is rich in folic acid, vitamins A and E, and it has 3 times the antioxidants found in red wine. You have all the reasons possible to consume this fruit as often as possible.
The only question is, how to clean pomegranate without staining everything around. There is a secret to avoid bleeding pomegranates, and that is cold water. After carefully cutting the fruit (not in halves, please), let it sit in a bowl of cold water for a few minutes. After that, the skin can be peeled off easily.
Watch the video material below to learn the correct way to peel pomegranates.
It seems though that there is another method, just as efficient and even faster, suggested by the team at FoodbeastTV. They recommend beating pomegranate with a pan until all seeds come out. 🙂