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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Pomegranates are ripe when the skin is a crimson color. The fruit should feel heavy
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
a deep ruby red.
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