Curiosity

Curiosity

Pomegranates for every day

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The growing demand for pomegranate has recently pushed to evaluate strategies to improve the shelf-life and extend the sale beyond the ripening period of...
How many beans has a pomegranate?

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Ask yourself how many beans does a pomegranate contain? You can try and guess the number of beans or arils stowed in the astringent...
The pomegranate: an ally of stomach and intestine

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Some stomach-related disorders like inflammation of the stomach and intestinal gastritis, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome have become more and more...
pomegranate

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In alternative medicine, particularly in Eastern traditions, the pomegranate is widely used as a remedy, and is used in its entirety. For example, in...
Pomegranate, or the apple from carthage

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If we go back in time and get hold of the "Natural History" by Gaius Plinius Secundus, better known as Pliny the Elder (23-79...
Frivolous Pomegranate

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We read of pomegranate in Aesop's fables, too. As Fable n. 324 “The pomegranate, the apple tree and the bramble” goes, a Pomegranate, an...
Botticelli, La primavera, Galleria degli Uffizi

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Felice Casorati was an Italian painter; he was born in Novara in 1883 and died in Turin in 1963. When he talked about his work,...
pomegrante red - kate fisher

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The pomegranate is one of the most ancient fruits in the history of mankind: its traces were found in excavations of the first Bronze...
The Pomegranate as a Symbol

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Rich in symbolism, this is a well being fruit. It represents abundance, richness, longevity, passionate love and fertility. This is also confirmed by Asian tradition,...
Pomegranate Fruit

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Pomegranates provide 63 kcal per 100g; it is mainly made up of water (80%), providing about 16g of sugars and very low amounts of...