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Pomegranate facts

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1. The pomegranate is a species of plant belonging to the family of blood borings.

2. Pomegranate grows in natural conditions in areas of Western Asia, the Caucasus and the Indian Peninsula.

3. The scientific name is Punica granatum.

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4. In Europe, pomegranate is grown mainly in Spain.

5. Pomegranate to America came thanks to the Spanish colonists in the mid-eighteenth century.

6. There are more than 500 blunt seeds in the grenade.

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7. From the edible part of the pomegranate, a syrup called grenadine is made.

8. The name of the state of Granada comes from the Spanish word for the pomegranate fruit.

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9. The pomegranate is often grown as an ornamental plant.

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10. This plant was mentioned 30 times in the Bible.

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Pomegranate questions

What size is the grenade?

The size of the grenade is like a big apple. It weighs about 220 grams.

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How many calories does it have a grenade?

100 grams of pomegranate has 83 kcal.

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Why is a grenade being said to be a hand-held bullet?

Because this weapon resembles the shape of a pomegranate.

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What vitamins has a pomegranate fruit?

The pomegranate contains the following vitamins: B1 (0.067 mg), B2 (0.053 mg), B3 (0.293 mg), B5 (0.377 mg), B6 ​​(0.075 mg), B9 (38 μg), Choline (7.6 mg), C (10.2 mg), E (0.6 mg), K (16.4 μg).

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What minerals has the pomegranate fruit?

The pomegranate contains the following minerals: Calcium (10 mg), Iron (0.3 mg), Magnesium (12 mg), Manganese (0.119 mg), Phosphorus (36 mg), Potassium (236 mg), Sodium (3 mg) , Zinc (0.35 mg).

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