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Old 04-20-10, 01:11 PM   #1
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Pomegranate concentrate

The NYT did an article about a trendy new ingredient, which they called
pomegranate molasses. I went to a halal market and got some, except it was called concentrate and cost all of 3 bucks.

I am using it in my fruit shakes now. Adds massive amounts of antioxidants, and I like the taste. I also use it cooking.

Good stuff.
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The NYT did an article about a trendy new ingredient, which they called
pomegranate molasses. I went to a halal market and got some, except it was called concentrate and cost all of 3 bucks.

I am using it in my fruit shakes now. Adds massive amounts of antioxidants, and I like the taste. I also use it cooking.

Good stuff.
How much did you get for the $3.00?
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How much did you get for the $3.00?
$2.99 worth of marketing. lol
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It is a 10 oz bottle.

Going to put some in BBQ sauce manana.
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i just bought some pomegranat juice because of your recommendation. i have to say i prefer blueberry juice for that antioxidant buzz.
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This stuff worked wonders for me:

Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice (there's a few different brands)

Pretty sure I had gout (like needles in the big toe joint) This stuff stopped it.
Been shown to relieve muscle pain (Univ of Vermont study) and full of anti-oxidants too.

Get the pure juice or concentrate for mixing with water.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0806141520.htm

Beetroot Juice is where its at....

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