Removing seeds from a pomegranate has got to be one of the most perplexing culinary tasks. Should you quarter the fruit? Or slice it in half? Does it help if you squeeze the seeds into a bowl of water?
There's plenty of advice on the topic and some techniques work better than others. However, we've found that the fastest and neatest way to seed a pomegranate is the method shown in this video from Everyday Food.
Chef Thomas Joseph brilliantly illustrates how to seed a pomegranate in just seconds using a knife and a spoon. There's no mess, no huge cleanup and no juice dripping from the countertops.
Interested in mastering this skill once and for all? Here's your 2-minute lesson on how to seed a pomegranate effortlessly:
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