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by Joy Powers
on December 15, 2020 at 6:56 AM
Great read  
I too am in love with pomegranates  
I sometimes use my lemon squeezer to crush the arils for juice  
We love them whole in champagne or cocktails  
I got one pomegranate from my 4 year old bush this year. What a treasure
by Joy Powers
on December 15, 2020 at 6:57 AM
Great read  
I too am in love with pomegranates  
I sometimes use my lemon squeezer to crush the arils for juice  
We love them whole in champagne or cocktails  
I got one pomegranate from my 4 year old bush this year. What a treasure
by Katie Brenna
on December 15, 2020 at 3:08 PM
Great article Sharon - a beautiful fruit that always seems so Christmasy and I totally get the part about kitchen stains everywhere!
by Peggy S Burhenn
on December 2, 2021 at 9:01 AM
Thanks for the article. My 4 year old pomegranate tree just started producing. Is there a recipe for Pomegranate Jam? I would like to preserve the goodness of the whole aril.  
Thanks  
Peggy
Reply by Shannon A Klisch
on December 3, 2021 at 1:42 PM
Hi Peggy - Here is an answer from one of our Master Food Preservers, Dayna Ravalin: There are no tested recipes making pomegranate jam, but there are tested recipes making pomegranate jelly using the juice from your pomegranates. The seeds of the arils are too prolific and would cause an inferior product. Here is a recipe for making pomegranate jelly from the University of Utah Extension. Ask a Expert: How to Use Pomegranates as a Healthy Choice https://extension.usu.edu/news_sections/home_family_and_food/pomegranates Enjoy! Dayna Ravalin, UC Master Food Preserver.
 
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