Check how I make pomegranate juice.
For those of you who haven’t tried to make pomegranate juice, you honestly don’t know what you’re missing. It’s one of the most delicious, beneficial and visually beautiful juices there is.
What you’ll need to make pomegranate juice
- Pomegranates (as many as you want)
- Squeezer (a simple plastic handheld squeezer with a nail, which has the attachment that you use to catch what you want to squeeze)
- Glass bottle/bottles
Method of preparation
1. Cut the pomegranates in half.
2. Carefully squeeze the pomegranates in the squeezer to break the seeds and extract the juice. As we squeeze, seed pits and the remains of the membrane that separates the pomegranate into segments accumulate in the squeezer.
3. Every 2 to 3 pomegranates, we should manually squeeze these debris to release the juice they have bound and then clean the squeezer.
4. Pour the juice into the glass bottle, passing it through the strainer.
I make pomegranate juice. All the tools!
At first pomegranate juice is cloudy. After a day it will become clear.
Clear pomegranates juice. After one day the suspensions have settled at the bottom of the bottle.
- 16 medium-sized pomegranates produce 1.5 liters of pomegranate juice.
- At first the juice is red to pink in color and not clear.
- It can be consumed immediately.
- If left in the refrigerator for one or more days, the juice will turn bright red and clear. This will happen because the suspensions will have settled.
- It is sweet and refreshing.
- Try it cool.
- Its appearance is stately, matching the good it does!
More information about pomegranates can be found in the articles:
How to clean pomegranates
Growing pomegranate in garden and pots. Tips, pests, diseases