jbarbowski at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 14:13:14 EST 2005
I just returned from Phoenix where for the 1st time in about 20 years, I had
a pomegranate. It was the size of a large grapefruit and cost $3.99 US -
never paid more than $.70 Cdn. I have never seen them this big and I just
had to give it a try. I now know what the 'Nectar of the Gods' is like. Give
me more "trouble" - please! Wish I could grow them here in Cdn Zone 6B just
north of Toronto.
I later purchased a regular sized one, the size of a baseball, and it was
On 12/1/05, MARIE ASHTON <bwoodtx at verizon.net> wrote:
> How many of you are interested in pomegranates. It seems that many people
> think they are too much trouble to eat. They are somewhat troublesome, but
> some think they are worth the trouble. The easiest way to utilize them is
> to juice them with a common citrus/orange press, that's just a pressure
> press not the kind with the reamer as that kind will get the partation
> material and skin into the juice and that is bitter (tannin). There are a
> lot of new varieties available now and some cold hardy ones.
> Richard Ashton
> zone 7b/8a Central Texas
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