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How to take out the seed of a pomegranate quick & easy

Cut the pomegranate in half not the from the top to bottom the other way put one half in a storage bag and make a small knot. Then hold it softly in your palm and take a spoon and start from the bottom of the outside to knock on the pomegranate. move the spoon all the while knocking on the outside till you reach the center top and knock on all sides all around. you will have a juicy pomegranate seeds to eat.

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