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      Cynthia's Pomegranate Preserves

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Cynthia's Pomegranate Preserves

 The Pomegranate is sometimes referred to as the "fruit of paradise" for good reasons. Inside the Pomegranate leathery reddish-pink skin is a fruit packed with hundreds of glistening ruby-red arils. The translucent capsules are filled with a sweet, tart juice and an edible seed.

The pomegranate can be sliced open and eaten straight from the fruit. It has now become a popular ingredient for mixed drinks, ice cream, bottle water and jams or jellys.

Cynthia's Pomegranate Preserves is a great way to start your day with a healthy great tasting fruit. 



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