The iconographic pomegranate not only adorns kitchen counters, but its seeds add sparkle to salads and liven up couscous or quinoa. Be sure to try it with the other supermodels of the fruit world (such as persimmons) or in an exotic salsa with kiwi. Keep in mind that the juice will stain cutting boards and clothes, so take care unless you want to go all Jackson Pollock. The riches of the pomegranate aren't just the rubies inside—an average size pom contains almost 50% of the daily allowance for vitamin C and dietary fiber, and an abundance of antioxidants.
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