I love when pomegranates come into season! They are too much work to eat in hand, but awesome to juice!
I haven’t had a pomegranate for years!
I really like the juice rather than chewing the arils. The juice is so tasty and healthy.
LOVE them! Brings back memories of childhood…the 1940’s. My best friend had a tree in her backyard. Oh, the juicy, messy good times! Hope Kelly’s on Recovery Road! Have been praying for you kids. ~0:-)
The nausea is getting better. Lesions are starting to hurt. The fun never ends!
Such pretty pomegranates! I love them, too. Santa used to always leave on in my stocking on Christmas morning.
Every year I buy myself one, maybe 2 if we can afford it, as a special winter fruit treat. It’s too bad they are so very expensive. Maybe I should plant my own tree . . .
Last year, I got a big box of seconds for 3 bucks from my organic farmer. Yum. This year, with being laid off, we had to put our box on hold. 😦 I did splurge and get some non-organic ones at Costco at a very reasonable price.
Really! that is a very good price, $3 for a box. The cheapest I ever see them here is 2 for $5. The average price is $2.99. For one. I splurged and got one just before Halloween, to keep myself calm about not getting any chocolate. I guess they have to “import” them and justify the expense that way. They must grow near you.
The organic farmers bring them down from the Central Valley of CA, but they were cheap because they were blemished, but I don’t care about that.
I hav 4 pom trees…they are still too young for fruit but I can’t wait
Lowes sells them every year where I live..I gathered some up a couple of years ago .I heard that a full grown tree will put out 350 pounds of fruit per year so I am going to be up to my eyeballs in pom.. lol
Wow, that’s cool! Where my youngest son lives, they have them in the back, but they are wormy and have not been cared for.
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