Pomegranate Conclusion

I don’t know how to work pomegranate into something more accessible truth be told. They are way too messy to pick up and eat like a handful of grapes and they aren’t really easy to take a whole one with you and de-seed elsewhere. Your best bet is to throw the arils into something like a salad or delicious chocolate.


I think they would be classy as all else in some kind of spread. If I had more time and know how I would see if pomegranate jam is a thing and use it for a fancy cheese plate. I need someone to make this happen please.


Can I just say (I don’t know why I asked permission, this is my blog) that this wraps up week 26 and that is the halfway mark for this year. I said it at each little milestone for this blog, but I didn’t think I would make it this far. I feel like I’m still trying to get this thing off the ground, but I guess it is up and running. Sure, there is more to do, and there will be time to do it.


I want to tell you all my plans for next year but I also know better than to give away too much information so I am going to leave you with my gratitude for the past 26 weeks. I have had a ball asking y’all what you’ve tried new, would you consider trying ___ or just getting suggestions on some things I have no idea how to approach.

I hope that you have at least seen one or two things you would like to try and I hope that maybe you’ve been introducing new things into your life, be it produce or anything else fairly often. Life is too short to live on repeat, so go get into something new this week. Thank you again, see you at week 27.


Author: Olivia O.

East Tennessee native with an interest in food and trying new things.

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