In Vietnam, Garnet is a fruit with a crown on the book that is considered a symbol of abundance and proliferation. In English, this fruit is called “Pomegranate“, derived from the words Pomum and Granatus, meaning the apple has many seeds.
In Pakistan, pomegranates begin to bear fruit in the fall / winter and they are loved for their sweet and sour fruit juice and many health benefits of humans. The two most loved pomegranates are Bedana and Kandhari. Bedana means “seedless”, is a medium to large pomegranate, has a light brown or white skin, flesh is pink white and the seeds are quite soft. The Kandhari is larger in size, has a dark red color, with flesh that is dark pink or bright red and has a sour and hard grain flavor.
The pomegranate is a thin, hard but very thin skin and contains hundreds of small seeds wrapped in red flesh and moreover, pomegranate is a very beautiful flower, do not miss the flowers.
Some people plant pomegranates in small pots for ornamental plants. In Iran, they often make a kind of syrup from pomegranate juice called Rob and used in cooking. This is the main ingredient in a traditional Persian Fesenjoon stew. The pomegranate also had a special meaning for ancient Persians and was used extensively in religious ceremonies at that time. The fruit has the meaning of affluence and proliferation in Persian culture. Today, they are eaten by the Persians with watermelon on the winter solstice holidays, called Yalda.
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