Sunday, April 12, 2009

Is Pomegranate the same as grenadine?

Grenadine comes from the French word grenade for pomegranate. It was originally made from pomegranate juice but it is currently an artificial flavor.

The Mott%26#039;s brand %26quot;Rose%26#039;s%26quot; is now formulated entirely out of a high-fructose corn syrup, water, and citric acid base.

Is Pomegranate the same as grenadine?
grenadine is a juice (syrup) made from pomegranate
Reply:No. Pomegranate is the fruit. Grenadine is a syrup made from the juice of pomegranate.
Reply:Yes it is, its just in a different language.
Reply:no not at all pomegranate is a fruit were you eat the seeds and grenadine is a syrup used in drinks like Shirley temples
Reply:OMG-- so not funny, I never knew that. . . you learn something new everyday!
Reply:Grenadine is just the French word for Pomegranate...

So...yes :-)

Reply:is this a joke

sorta of

pomegranate is the fruit that is squished into grenadine

so the same ????
Reply:pomegranite= Fruit.

Grenadine= Country


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