[Sca-cooks] Pomegranate Molasses

David Walddon david at vastrepast.com
Tue Feb 23 07:10:27 PST 2010

It would seem to me that some of the benefits of fresh pom juice will be
disturbed by the cooking of the juice down to a molasses constituency. Pom
Molasses is YUMMY but not at all the same as fresh juice.


On 2/23/10 6:19 AM, "Mairi Ceilidh" <jjterlouw at earthlink.net> wrote:

> I use it all the time for a variety of things, including making drinks.
> Play with it.  I think you'll like it.
> Were you in hearing Saturday when I was talking about the pomegranate seeder
> I have ordered?  I'll let you know how it works.  If I like it, I may do a
> bulk order and have some available for sale at cost.  I'll keep you posted
> if you're interested.
> Mairi Ceilidh
> (P.S.  I got the link.  I WANT that boar.  Thank you.)
> Does anyone have any experience with Pomegranate Molasses?  I drink
> pomegranate juice for a medical condition and the store that stocks the
> cheapest has discontinued the line.  The alternatives "Pomwonderful" and
> some brands stocked on the health food/organic section and at my local
> alternative market/health food/organic food store are rather more expensive.
> I read the label on the bottle of pomegranate molasses I found at an Indian
> import store and it appeared to be just concentrated pomegranate juice.  I
> figured I would cut it with water.  Thus my question.
> Daniel 
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