http://www.durgan.org/URL/?TYCWP 10 December 2011 Pomegranate Juice.
Five large pomegranates were processed into juice. The cost is three for $5.00. All the pomegranates in the stores are very large and perfect condition from the USA.
If the seeds are not removed completely from the substrate the juice has a bitter taste. The substrate is bitter in taste. Removing the seeds takes a bit of effort and is done by cutting and pulling apart, and removing the seeds with the fingers. This is best done in a deep pot to prevent splashing of the juice.
Seeds are put through the Champion juicer to separate the juice out. The juice makes a very pleasant drink. It is stored in the refrigerator and will be used within the next few days. There is very little residue and is basically seed casings and are very hard, clearly not digestible. There is a about 300 ml of juice from each pomegranate.