On whim, I purchased a pomegranate because I love ruby red pomegranate juice. The seed’s burst with sweet and tangy deep hued juice and is a nice contrast to the creamy vanilla scented yogurt.
After my first cut of the fruit and reciprocally a few clothing stains, I realized I needed to research how remove the seeds from the membrane.
Using Beekman 1802, Simply Recipe and Wiki How‘s instructions, I soaked the seeds in ice-cold water before I tapped the seeds loose with a spatula. The seeds tapped out from the white fibrous membrane with ease and water hardened the seeds and prevented the juice from bursting out.