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Pomegranate deseeder

Sgrana melograno

How to eat pomegranates

Pomegranate is an autumn fruit with a thick skin which holds hundreds of juicy, bittersweet seeds. Its numerous beneficial effects make it a so-called “superfood”: rich in polyphenols, antocyanins and vitamin C, it detoxifies the body and protects from free radicals.

How to peel pomegranates

The pomegranate deseeder is the best tool to peel and deseed pomegranates: it helps you separate seeds from skin easily and cleanly, with zero waste. Follow our step-by-step tutorial!

Roll the pomegranate around to loosen the seeds.

Cut off both ends.

Cute the fruit into halves.

Slit the rims of the skin along their perimeters.

Place the pomegranate onto the spikes of the sieve with the pulp facing down and separate the seeds into the container by knocking on the fruit using a tablespoon.

Put the lid on and drain the pomegranate juice into a glass.

Pour cold water into the container, wait for the chunks of white pulp to float to the top and carefully wash them out over the rim of the spout.

Put the lid on, pour out all excess water.

Transfer the pomegranate juice back into the container with seeds.

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