Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Wordless Wednesday

I was so happy to find these (do the happy dance in the store happy)!
All of the hard work is done for you!!

98 comments:

  1. I love those things! I have to say that it isn't hard work taking the seeds out though. Just cut it, put it in a bowl of water, and it breaks apart. It's easy peasy lemon squeezy.

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  2. So cool.. haven't seen those before in our supermarkets.

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  3. Well, I'm happy you're so happy because... well... ummmm.... why are we so happy??? What is that? Wait Wait Is that what I think it is... I didn't know they come like that... I've never seen those before like that... those are good especially nice and cold!!!! Nummy... Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. My daughter would eat them more often if they were all cleaned up like this... I'll have to check out our stores :-)

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  5. I've never had pomegranate!

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  6. I don't think I have ever had pomegranate either! That would be an opportunity for a first. Those would make it really easy for me!!

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  7. Love these pomegranate seeds. When growing up, we did not have them all shelled and ready to eat!

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  8. You know, I have never had a real pomegranate. I've had juices made from them, but never the real deal. I need to fix that soon!

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  9. And they are so healthy!
    I must try these for my family.
    thanks!
    Mitch

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  10. I love pomegranate! Yummmmmm! My mom has a tree growing in her garden.

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  11. Yum! Don't you love all the fruit in the summer?
    Happy WW!

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  12. I am not a fan but I have to admit that the colors looks nice. #WW

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  13. Your post is "just fruity" too. Thanks for stopping by.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/07/ww-how-to-take-perfect-photograph.html

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  14. I haven't had pomegranate in years now I want some LOL

    Have a fruitytastic week ;-)

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  15. That is definitley easier than having to take the seeds out yourself. I can't say I've seen these, but would totally buy them if I did.

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  16. I love them. they are so tasty and also good for you!

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  17. LOVE pomegranate, and I have a really easy way to get to the seeds... get the kidling to do it!

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  18. Not seen them in my stores. AND they are so so good for you!! I want some now.

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  19. I have never tried these, but will have to look for them now!! :)

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  20. Yum i love pomegranate,They are quite expensive over here otherwise i would eat them everyday.

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  21. Well, they are a pain to deal with - so that would be handy.

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  22. They look lovely. I would love to blend them and gulp instead of chewing.

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  23. Never put one across my lips, but I'm happy they make you do a happy dance lol

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  24. You're making me want to go out and buy some pomegranates. I've been craving these lately.

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  25. We used to live where they grew an my mother in law had a unique way to remove the seeds. Love a Dixie Salad!!!

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  26. I've totally have never seen those. I bet they are good!
    POSH

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  27. A great find. And yes all the hard work is done. Enjoy.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  28. These are so good! The first time I tried pomegranate was sixth grade and I loved it.

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  29. YUM! They'd be perfect in a salad!

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    1. The seeds are in there. I like my pomegranate arils w/seeds. My hubby does not. ;)

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  31. These would be a great snack! And you're right. All of the tough work has been taken care of!

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  32. How convenient! I usually avoid these because of all the work involved!

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  33. perfect to keep a slim figure...smile.

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  34. I love pomegranate. It's so good in sweet and savory dishes.

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  35. I like to buy the chocolate covered ones sometimes :)

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  36. I like those cherries.. we had them purchased 2 days ago and they are gone..

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  37. Yay for the easy way! Though last year I discovered the bowl of water trick mentioned by another commenter and it's really simple.

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  38. I have never seen those in my supermarket like that! Pretty interesting.

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  39. This is ideal! No work involved. Although, when I bought a little cup full they had already gone bad...:( Hope yours were fresh!!)

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  40. I'm not big into these. Now, give cherries and I'm in!!!! :) Don Purdum

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  41. I have never had these but my sister snacks on them. Thanks for sharing.

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  42. I love these too. They are not only good, but so good for you. Love juice too!

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  43. YUM! I think those would work well in a breakfast muffin.

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  44. Yummy looking picture! I am still confused as which is the actual seed that you eat?
    Faythe from GrammyMouseTails

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    1. The aril is the fleshy part around the edible seed. You usually have to do a bit of work to get them out and get them cleaned up. With this nifty little packet, all of the work was done for me. :)

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  45. Never seen those before, are they really good? I don't think I've ever had pomegranate without it being in a beverage!

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    1. So good! They're like little bursts of juice!

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  46. Wonderful and no more red fingertips or fingernails. :)

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  47. I love pomegranate. I would love having them easy like this

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  48. Those are awesome, I hate trying to get all the seeds out!

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  49. I love finding those at the store too! I love pomegranate but it's so hard to eat!

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  50. I love pomegranates. I will have to look for these. Yum

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  51. That looks really good. I love pomegranates.

    Michelle F.

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  52. Pomegranates aren't my favorite fruit by any means. You certainly made them look good!

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  53. I love Pomegranates! I have not seen something like this sold at my grocery store. It is always such work eating them whole!

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  54. My grandma has pomegranate trees at her house and the best part was breaking them open and eating them. This makes it a little too easy but great for the kids.

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  55. So Delicious Aren't They, Enjoy!1

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  56. How long do they last? Are they not sold in common stores in your area?

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    1. I don't know how long they last, that was my first time getting them, and they're long gone. ;) They're produce, so I'm sure they won't get keep long (like any fruit). I've never ever seen them until that shopping trip. I was looking for a green pepper, and they were all out, so I went to the cut up veggies in containers (because I needed green pepper for a recipe) and there they were. I was a very happy shopper. :)

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  57. Is it against the spirit of wordless Wednesday to write a comment about pomegranate arils? Because if it is, I'm sorry. ;) What are they anyway?

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    1. The seeds you eat in the pomegranate. I was just happy because if you cut the fruit you have to get the seeds out and clean off the fruit flesh. With these, I can have instant pomegranate gratification. They're delicious and totally worth trying if you come across them...nice and juicy/tasty!

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  58. What? I didn't know you could buy those. I'm totally gonna get some!

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  59. I have never tried these before. They look pretty tasty though.

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  60. Never been a fan of pomegranates. I don't no why I really should try more fruits. Glad to see your happy about them.

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  61. I haven't had any in ages but I'm craving them now

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  62. TO be honest I have never actually tried pomegrantes! Like I tried them in like artificial forms such as lotions or something...maybe I should try them!

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  63. Very cool! I love Pomegranate seeds. There are somethings that are just to mess to do- seeding a pomegranate is one of those!

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  64. It is so nice to not have to open it and do the work. I saw a tutorial on YouTube a few years ago where you bonk it with a wooden spoon and it comes out pretty easily. But I still prefer to buy them the way you pictured. Faster. And I am more likely to throw them on just about everything.

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  65. Pomegranate is really a great source of energy and one of my favorite flavors for an energy gel.

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  66. Cool !! cutting open pomegranates is such a hard work !!

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  67. I have not tried eating a Pomegranate. But I do have a Pomegranate lotion that was made by Aveeno and it smells really good.

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  68. Um...I have no idea what these are? I assume delicious

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    1. Yep, delicious. :) They're a fruit seed, hard to get to, tasty to eat.

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  69. I love these! takes all the work out of picking through a pomegranate. I use them in my guacamole.

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  70. i haven't had a pomegrante in years. we used to call them chinese apples growing up

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  71. Those look delicious! I've never had one!

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  72. I have never tried these before. I bet they are good, they look tasty.

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  73. These are super delicious! I need to grab some.

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  74. I drink pomegranate drinks, but I've never actually had real pomegranate. I need to try these.

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  75. That is pretty neat ... I have never seen them before. That is why I don't purchase them that often (lazy with the work)

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  76. My husband has been wanting to try pomegranate but he didn't want to go through all the work. This would be perfect for him.

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  77. I bet my small people would love these.

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  78. These are yummy and I only buy them now and then. I do enjoy eating them right out of the Pomegranate though.

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  79. These look so yummy. I have never tried them before. But I will have to

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  80. My Jack would die to see these sitting in the fridge

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  81. Super handy, although I would miss the satisfying crunch of splitting open the fruit...besides, if you've ever seen Bobby Flay do it...it's pretty easy if you "spank" it! LOL

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  82. I love pomegranate too, Rosey.

    As long as someone does the peeling for me...lol

    Thanks for linking your pix with Abracabadra! Pleasure to have you on board

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  83. I wonder if this is available here in our country. I haven't tried the juice and they say it's very healthy contains lots of vitamins and minerals.

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  84. Pomegranates are so delicious. I like when someone does all the work and just leaves me the deliciousness to enjoy.

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  85. I used to love those things as a kid! We used to peel them for what seemed like forever. So much work but so good!

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  86. Look how many persons you made happy today. :) Very convenient for a busy day.

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  87. I haven't had pomegranate seeds in ages! Great idea to package them like this, it makes it much easier and more likely to have them!!

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