One of the messy and usually misunderstood pain of the kitchen is the de-seed-ifcation of a Pomegranate. (Because who says something as vanilla as Removing Pomegranate seeds? Pfft)
But really, this is one of those things which if you know, it becomes quite an easy, enjoyable and fun experience.
Like Math? Driving?
Anyway, we start of by slicing off the top bit (aka the Tintin Hair) of the Pomegranate.
As soon as you do this, you’ll notice that the fruit is divided into segments with a thin white layer.
Now all you need to do is, cut the fruit along these divisions. You’ll notice that segment coming off very easily.
Once its off, all you need to do is just gently pull out the tiny red rubies that are these pomegranate seeds into a bowl. Just make sure you’re careful if wearing white, as a lot of the red juices might be flying around at this point.
All the while, making sure that, these white pith layer type thing(which my thumb is pointing at) doesn’t go in with your seeds. These are incredibly bitter beings.
Continue the same process for all segments, and there you have your own bowl of rubies within a few minutes.
As simple as that!