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fleshy and usually brightly colored cover of some seeds that develops from the ovule stalk and partially or entirely envelopes the seed

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Arrange on a serving platter and garnish with pomegranate arils and chopped parsley.
Additionally, since Pom Poms Fresh Arils are in season for only a short period of time, creating a sense of urgency in cross-promotions can spur sales.
Thereafter, fruits were weighed and carefully opened to separate arils from pericarp and internal membrane surrounding arils.
Development of a machine for the automatic sorting of pomegranate (Punica granatum) arils based on computer vision.
Its utilization requires the use of technologies that ensure the fast processing of large volumes of residue to enable the separation of arils and the purification of seeds, allowing the seeds' rapid drying and storage for oil extraction.
Most people crack the fruit open to eat the red juice-filled arils inside, discarding the membrane.
After opening the pomegranate by scoring it with a knife and breaking it open, the arils (seed casings) are separated from the peel and internal white pulp membranes.
There are some in the juicy arils (capsules) but the concentrations are low and the processing methods frequently remove the benefits.
The bagasses were obtained, using direct extraction, from the arils and peel of the fruit.
For consumers who love the taste and versatility of fresh pomegranate arils but dislike them from the fruit, POM Wonderful introduces convenient, ready-to-eat servings now available in the cut-fruit section of most grocery stores.
For consumers who love the taste and versatility of fresh pomegranate arils bur hate the hassle of collecting them from the fruit, POM Wonderful introduces convenient, ready-to-eat servings now available in the cut-fruit section of most grocery stores.
Although it is commonly consumed here in Egypt as juice; try sprinkling the arils on salads or yogurt, or use the juice as a glaze on chicken or duck.
It is comprised of a mesocarp and red arils in- side the fruit.
The pom's rubylike arils (seed casings) are a familiar friend to cruciverbalists like Seattle's Jim Horne, who writes the Wordplay blog for The New York Times.
Inside a pomegranate is about 700-800 tightly packed seed casings called arils that are deep red in colour when nicely ripe.