January 15, 2016

This just in: Pomegranates are the king of all fruits. Have you ever wondered all the magical things you can prepare with these seasonal seeds? Wonder no more, because today we're exploring the wonderful world of all things pomegranate. Deliciously crowned, this fruit can be eaten fresh for a delightful snack, sprinkled atop a salad for flavor and flair, juiced, blended into a smoothie, and can also bedazzle your favorite cocktail.

Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let's start out with a

 

This tangy superfruit is loaded with antioxidants and bursting with a daily dose of Vitamin C and K.

Fun fact: as one of the oldest cultivated fruits, Pomegranates have long been revered as a symbol of immortality, fertility, and abundance.

 

Pomegranate-Farro Breakfast Salad with Honey Ricotta

 

Low in calories and high in fiber... the Pomegranate is also high in phytochemicals, which promotes heart health and is rumored to possibly prevent cancer. We'll take Pomegranates by the bushel, please!

 

 

Since it's Friday, kick off the weekend with a celebratory cocktail. It's basically the equivalent to drinking 10 cups of green tea (minus the sugar, soda, and vodka).

 

 

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