I have a friend who makes a dangerously delicious Christmas treat. Its addictive qualities those of Doritos or Oreos. Last year, she was kind enough to bring my family a large tin. (I’m pretty sure I ate more than my fair share.)
The topic of her signature treat came up in conversation a few weeks back and I jokingly asked her to keep it far, far away from me this year. Taking to heart my blog title, she brought me “just a dot, not a lot.” What a thoughtful friend!
In the end, it was the perfect amount. Not too much, not too little and most importantly no deprivation. Hats off to moderation!
I’ve tried several different ways to seed pomegranates, each touted as “the” easy way. So when a video showed up in my Facebook timeline this morning, claiming to be yet another easy way to seed this fruit, I’m sure my eyes did a little roll.
As luck would have it, I had a pomegranate in my kitchen. While preparing my lunch, I decided to give it a whack (literally). It turns out, that it worked! My apologies to Martha Stewart for the eye roll.
The Easiest Way to Seed a Pomegranate Video
In case you’re not familiar with pomegranate seeds, they’re delicious. My kids and I both love them. The seeds are encapsulated within a membrane that’s filled with pomegranate juice. When you eat one, you get a splash of the sweet and tart juice, then you are left with a small seed to chew.
Pomegranates are great on salads, as well as by the spoonful. And now that they’re not so much work, I foresee them making a regular appearance in our winter fruit rotation.
(As you would expect, pomegranate seeds are 0P+ for Weight Watchers followers.)