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Passionate for pomegranates

As December’s wintery weather hits Lodi, pomegranates are thriving on local trees. Here is what to do with that exotic, tasty and luscious ruby red fruit

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Posted: Friday, December 2, 2011 8:08 am

When Myrna Pitchford moved to her Elm Street home in 1972, she had no idea what the small tree in the back yard was. Still, her children enjoyed eating the red fruit it produced. Here son, now in his fifties, especially loved the juicy fruit. 

“He’d be so stained when I came home from work. I hated those things,” she laughs as she remembers, adding that she finally learned how to get the stains out of his clothing.

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