Pomegranates. From the outside you might mistake them for something average. Inside there is an intricate pattern of brilliant little juicy rubies. If you study how this fruit is constructed, it can give you pause. I mean, gee, how can water, soil and light turn a seed into this? Pomegranates are referred to in the Bible and Shakespeare and Homer. Persephone had an awful time resisting them. The bio-properties of the pomegranate are amazing too - linked to lowering LDLs (bad cholesterol), lifting depression and increasing blood flow to the heart. Pomegranate juice is higher in anti-oxidants than orange juice or red wine. Here’s what I do. I buy a small bottle of pure pomegranate concentrate. I warm it with some sugar to create a syrup (like our Lime Boost video describes), then I keep it in the refrigerator. Add a splash to lime seltzer water or your favorite cocktail. Use a tablespoon of it to sweeten up a salad dressing or marinade. Make a syrup to put on pound cake or fresh fruit or – oh heavens. You tell me! I know you have ideas!