Preparation, Uses, & Tips
Carefully cut through the thin outer skin, and then separate the seeds from the cream-colored, inedible membrane. The seeds can be eaten raw, sprinkled on fruit salad, strained and used as a paste in cooking, or as a condiment. In Indian cooking they are used for a tart accent. Grenadine and other thick syrups are condensed from the pulpy part of the fruit.
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