Did you know that pomegranates are an antioxidant?
An ancient fruit, the pomegranate has been found in Ayurvedic medicine, Egyptian tombs, Greek legend, Biblical verses, and Christian art. The juice-encapsulated seeds are both delicious and nutritious, if messy to extract. Rich in antioxidants, essential fats, including conjugated fatty acids, fiber, and lignins, which contain phytoestrogens, pomegranate seeds are well worth picking out of this fruit.
What can I make with my pomegranate seeds?
Don't want to eat the seeds by themselves? Pomegranate seeds are great to add to drinks. Try flavoring water with them!
This pomegranate-apricot sparkling drink is awesome as well.
Pomegranates are also great for salads.
Try our Papaya Pomegranate salad.