Pomegranate is One of the Healthiest Fruits On Our Planet

Again…I LOVE POMEGRANATES!

Okay…yes, I’m really jumping the gun here! I can’t help it! Seeing the new fruits growing has me excited!

So…along with sharing this blogger’s  post (& blog) because it’s plants and planting and/or info about it, great find. 

Then along with posts from my favorite Bon Appetit…I’m just  getting ready…

 

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24 Citrus Recipes with Orange, Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit Slideshow Photos – Bon Appétit

http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/slideshow/citrus-recipes

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21 Pomegranate Recipes – Bon Appétit

http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/slideshow/pomegranate-salad-chicken-recipes

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They’re coming!!!!

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So new & young that it’s standing up straight,  making the picture look upside down. 

New shoots…

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Nice mornings, even though it’s still HOT. 

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My only fish until the temperatures go down!

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Grilled Citrus Chicken – Bon Appétit
http://note.taable.com/post/286AC/Grilled-Citrus-Chick/2b-T3553T098-51-0-540374808848-6

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.Yellow Salad with Citrus-Date Vinaigrette Recipe – Bon Appétit

http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/yellow-salad-with-citrus-date-vinaigrette

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.Release Your Seeds, Pomegranate! – Bon Appétit

http://www.bonappetit.com/test-kitchen/inside-our-kitchen/article/release-your-seeds-pomegranate
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Pomegranate Molasses Vinaigrette Recipe – Bon Appétit
http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/pomegranate-molasses-vinaigrette

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The health promoting attributes of Pomegranates put it in the category of “SUPER FOODS”. Pomegranate contains potent and unrivaled antioxidants called punicalagin and punicalin.  The juice of the Pomegranate has greater antioxidant activity than acai juice, green tea, cranberry juice or red wine.

healthiest juice to drink Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranate is one of the earliest cultivated fruits throughout history.  It appears in Egyptian tombs, Greek mythology and even in the Bible.  Pomegranate is a symbol of abundance and faith in many cultures.  Recorded history shows that over 2000 years ago Pomegranate was used to treat an assortment of illnesses.

Inside the fruit are hundreds of tiny seeds called arils; this is what we eat or make into juice.  The aril is delicious with a sweet, tart flavor that is high in vitamin C.  Pomegranates originated in Iran and are commonplace throughout the Middle East.  The unique flavor and exceptional health benefits are making it increasingly…

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