Difference Between a Persimmon & a Pomegranate


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There are very few similarities between the persimmon and pomegranate fruit other than they grow on trees, are round and both start with the letter P. Both fruits are used extensively in Asia and the Middle East, and have a long history of domestication. The American persimmon was used mostly in regional cooking, but with the easy availability of the better-tasting Oriental persimmon, that has become a favorite fruit. The pomegranate was always part of the immigrant culture in America, but has now moved into a starring role of its own. PersimmonsPersimmons are divided into American and Oriental. Almost all varieties sold commercially in America are now Orientals. Native persimmons are plu

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