If you've ever had pomegranate juice, you know how delicious the tart beverage is. Enjoyed on its own or blended into smoothies or cocktails, pomegranate juice is a bright antidote to cold, gray winter days. And the best part? You can make it yourself at home!
All you have to do is remove the seeds (or arils) from five or six pomegranates (we have a great tip for doing this!) and then purée the seeds in a blender. Pour the blended seeds through a strainer to separate the juice from the pulp, and you'll be left with a gorgeous, smooth juice.
This method should yield around four cups of juice that you can store in your fridge for up to six days. Not sure how to use it up? I highly recommend this pomegranate-apple cider spritzer that the author has featured on her site. Cheers!
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