How to Choose a Ripe Pomegranate?


There are three main ways to pick a ripe pomegranate. Heavier pomegranates have juicier arils, so make sure you weigh some and pick the heaviest. A darker or deep red will have a sweeter flavor than the lighter colors which are more tart. If its skin is cracked, it may be that it is past its maturity.
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1. Pick up several pomegranates, one after the other, and feel their relative weight. Select one that is heavy, which indicates it's juicy. 2. Rub on the skin lightly with your fingers
Pomegranates are ripe when the skin is a crimson color. The fruit should feel
Pomegranates are picked ripe, so those that you see in the stores are ripe and ready to go. They can be a real messy pain in the butt. Believe me, that juice will get all over EVERYTHING
Pomegranates are ripe when the skin is a crimson color, and the fruit should feel heavy and the skin should be shiny. You should avoid fruit with cracks and splits in the skin. A
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When Is a Pomegranate Ripe?
The pomegranate is a dense, somewhat spiny, large ornamental shrub or small tree. Trees may begin producing fruit as soon as one year after planting, but it often takes two or three years. Pomegranate season falls once per calendar year during the fall.... More »
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