Bebe's whimsical creation was a huge hit, and delicious. They really did eat it.
"I really love you, Dad." That is really what he said, just as I snapped the picture!
Papa and the boys, spinning. :)
Now, underwater, place your fingers into the fissure, and break the fruit apart. Separate the seeds from the membranes. The seeds will sink, and the peel and membranes will float! That's it! Wasn't that easy!?
Of course, you will want to skim the floating material off of the water and discard it.
I like to keep a fresh bowl handy and a slotted spoon. I transfer the seeds into the fresh bowl as soon as I have enough to scoop. Maybe it's an unnecessary step, but I do this because you never know when you're going to open a really icky pomegranate in the water. Any cooking process will kill germs, of course, but still. . .Now, you are qualified to go forth and make pomegranate wonderfulness! Have fun doing so! ~ Love!