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Why Is Pomegranate Juice So Expensive ? 4 Reasons Why

If you’ve ever wanted to get yourself some nice pomegranate juice, you’ve probably stopped when you saw the prohibitively high price tag. An 8 oz bottle of POM runs at $3 ! And they have their own pomegranate plantation, so they have less middlemen to pay and less reasons to up the price. So why …

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Why Is Fruitcake So Bad ? Tradition, For The Most Part

Ah fruitcake. The butt of every holiday joke, and the bane of everyone ever. But it wasn’t always like this, you know. There was a time when fruitcake was it. It was the best, most delicious thing in the world, and the holidays were a perfect excuse to make one. Granted, it was back when …

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Pomelo Substitutes – Here Are 4 Alternatives To Try

Pomelo (Citrus Grandis), also known as a shaddock, pompelmo, and pummelo, is a very juicy and sweet giant citrus. Pomelo is the perfect choice for salads and fruit dishes. It’s colored in light-yellow to coral-pink, thick-skinned, but soft and easy to peel away, with a sweet-tart flavor. You can’t help but love it! But, if …

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Pumpkin Substitute For Eggs – Here’s How To Do It

Whether you’re fresh out of eggs or simply don’t want to use eggs in your recipe, there’s a way that pumpkin puree can help you here. As you know, there are cans of pre-made pumpkin puree out there and people have noticed it. How moist, how sweet, and how dense it can be. IF you …

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Pumpkin VS Sweet Potato – How To Choose Between Them

If it’s fall, it’s sweet potato and pumpkin season. Whichever you use, you end up with a sweet, delicious meal that has the family asking for seconds. In face, pumpkins and sweet potatoes seem to work so similarly that we can’t help but wonder if they’re related. Well, that is something we’ll be tackling today, …

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Pomelo Varieties – Which One Is The Sweetest?

Pomelo, a renowned fruit native to Southeast Asia is tangy, sweet, slightly bitter and reminiscent of a grapefruit. With colors ranging from yellow to pink, the inside of the pomelo is always a surprise. However, this has led many to wonder, what are the different pomelo varieties available and which one is the sweetest? What …

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Pomelo VS Yuzu – How To Tell Them Apart

What makes the citrus family so exciting is that it consists of numerous delicious and aromatic fruits, among others pomelo and yuzu. They are both sour and succulent, rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, but are they really as similar as we think? And now the question arises, how similar are pomelo and yuzu? Pomelo …

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How To Store Tamarind Paste So It Lasts Longer – Should You Freeze It?

Whether you are buying or making your own tamarind paste, it is unlikely that you will use it all in one sitting. You could make a tamarind pie or other desserts that call for a lot of tamarind paste. If you have any with leftovers, you will probably want to make sure that you store …

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Tamarind Varieties: Exploring All The Delicious Options

Tamarind is a unique tropical fruit with various uses. From cuisine to household use, tamarind has been a staple in African, Indian, and Pakistani cooking for hundreds of years. The Tamarindus Indica tree produces pods with a sweet and/or sour flesh. Botanically speaking, there are many different varieties and we’re going to explain them today. …

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Tamarind Paste VS Tamarind Concentrate – Are They The Same?

A hardwood fruit tree native to Africa, the tamarind tree now grows throughout Asia and Mexico. The tree yields large brown pods that contain the tamarind fruit. Its pure form with the shell, tamarind, comes in three different forms – paste, pulp, and a thick, dark concentrate. People often confuse the concentrate and paste, but …

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Is Rosehip Edible ? Here Is What Rosehip Taste Like

Have you ever found yourself on a woodsy trail and were surrounded by big, thorny bushes with red fruits, similar to berries ? If so, then you’ve probably wondered what they are and if they’re edible, and also what do they taste like? And most probably someone already told you they’re rosehips, but were unsure …

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Gooseberries VS Ground Cherries – How To Tell Them Apart

There’s no shortage of fruits in the world, and when it comes to cherries this is even more accurate. Whenever you feel like you have tried all the berries out there a new one will pop up and challenge your taste buds all over again. And of course some times telling them apart is impossible …

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Pomegranate Substitute – 6 Alternatives For The Seeds And Juice

Have you found the perfect dinner recipe and it calls for pomegranate seeds, but you don’t have any ? Worse, they’re just out of season and no store carries them anymore ? Then you’ll need a substitute, quick. Fortunately there are quite a few options when it comes to substituting pomegranates. Most of them are …

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Is Pomegranate A Citrus Fruit ? No, And Here’s Why

Wondering if that sharp tang in your pomegranates might make them a citrus fruit ? After all, they smell amazing, like citrus fruits do. They’ve got a delicious flavor, like citrus do. And they have one of the most interesting structures of all the fruits out there, unlike citrus fruits. There are quite a few …

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