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The sweet juice from pomegranates is full of healthy ingredients. It helps with colds or bladder problems. However, the numerous seeds, of which one fruit can contain up to 250 pieces, interfere with consumption. The right pressing method will give you seed-free pomegranate juice.Pomegranate juice is delicious and healthy
Suitable methods for pressing:
- **Citrus juicer*: simple and quick version for small amounts of juice
- Knead: low-splash alternative for juicing individual fruits
- juicer: ideal option for large volumes
- passer: traditional process in fruit juice production
Halve the fruit and squeeze the two halves like an orange in the lemon squeezer. The seeds and pulp get stuck in the sieve. Use careful pressure with this variant, as the juice splashes will cause discoloration in clothing. A disadvantage is the unpleasant aftertaste in the juice, which comes from the peel.
Work the closed pomegranate thoroughly with both hands, applying as much pressure as possible. With this procedure, the cores come loose. Apply firm finger pressure to areas that are not yet soft to the touch. Poke holes in the fruit with a fork and then squeeze out the juice by hand.
Steam juicers are an easy and convenient way to get that delicious fruit juice. Scoop the seeds out of the shell with a spoon and pour the mixture into the strainer. Fill the lower container with water and heat the construction on the stovetop.
The rising water vapor causes the cell walls to burst, releasing the liquid. This collects in a collecting vessel and can be filled directly into bottles at any time via a hose.
The kernels that have been removed from the skin can be passed through a liquor batch without any splashing. To do this, use a perforated disc with the smallest possible openings so that the seeds are caught. With crank movements, the rotating blades press the kernel mass against the sieve, causing the cell walls to burst and the juice to flow out.
If you don't have a fleet of lottes, you can alternatively use a potato ricer. However, you have to fill in the fruit mass in portions and squeeze it out.