Pomegranate Selection and Storage

Pomegranate Selection and Storage

 

How to select pomegranate

Fruits should be plump and round, heavy for their size, with a rich, fresh color and should be free of cuts and blemishes. Larger fruits promise more juice.

How to store pomegranate

  • Whole fruits can be stored for a month in a cool, dry area or refrigerated up to two months.
  • The seed pips can be frozen in an airtight bag up to one year.
  • Fresh juice should be refrigerated and consumed within two to three days.

1 pomegranate (size; 5″ diameter)
yield about 2 cups juice (approx 473ml)

 

How to Pick a Ripe Pomegranate

 

How to Store and Preserve Pomegranate Seeds