Do you know what's in your food or where it comes from?
We'll be watching this to see if something can be done about all of the garbage being sold as the real thing...our own studies have shown that most of the "pomegranate" juice you buy isn't actually pomegranate or at least not the same pomegranates that have been proven medically beneficial.
"Not every brand is as honest as POM Wonderful. Three independent labs tested ten other brands claiming to have 100% pomegranate juice and found that nine out of ten so-called pomegranate juices had added sugar, colorants and other low-grade fruit juices." Link
March is the turning point between spring and winter, and for
this month’s POM blog entry, I wanted to say goodbye to winter by roasting rock
cornish game hens, with an Asian-inspired pomegranate juice glaze.
A game hen actually isn’t a game hen, it’s merely a young chicken — sort of
the equivalent of lamb and veal. I find the taste to be more distinctive than a
full-grown chicken, but it’s not a gamey taste, just a little more flavorful.
“…That's why I've
decided to save print journalism. My first idea was to get every reporter to
switch beats and cover only cats doing funny things. Then I had some more Pom
Wonderful, allowed the antioxidants to flush out my free radicals and came up
with the perfect solution: product placement…”