Healthy living


Hard leathery red skin surrounding many kernels, each with a tiny edible seed covered with a red pulp. Eat fresh (kernels and seeds). Use as a garnish.


Choose those heavy for size with bright unblemished skins.


In a cool, dark place or refrigerator.


Cut fruit in half. Scoop the kernels from the tough white membrane. Take care with preparation as the juice can stain clothes.

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Add to fish or poultry dishes.

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