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Produce at the market
by Judith
on November 2, 2012 at 8:13 AM
Is there a nutritional advantage to drinking the juice rather than eating the entire fruit? Many thanks.
by Sharon August Jones
on November 14, 2012 at 8:13 AM
At the Los Angeles MFP student presentations a couple of years ago, I learned of a steam juicer, which I subsequently purchased. No mess or splatter or stained clothes.  
You can place cleaned and broken up fruit in the basket. I to, however, prefer the taste of just plain arils.  
You might suggest that to extract the arils under water, put on some tight fitting latex or nitrile gloves to protect your hands this time of year, and a good movie or old NOVA, so the task goes quicker.
by gemdynasty
on November 19, 2012 at 10:51 PM
Yes, the best and easily available pomegranate ( named after granide .. read some where on net) , has more antioxidants.  
Taken raw is better than taking as juice, as it cuts down vital ingrediants while taking juice.  
Thanks for explaining about pomegranate in your view.
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