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Pomegranate (punica granatum)
A fruit the size of an apple, native to South West Asia. They have a thin, but tough, skin, and a filling which includes a mass of seeds surrounded by translucent flesh. The flesh may be eaten fresh, and is also used to flavour drinks and sauces. See recipe for Pomegranate Sauce in Gourmet Britain Recipe section.
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