Although the flavor is considered tart, the pomegranate crosses the line of savory and sweet. Nutritionally speaking, the beautiful, juicy, and garnet-colored seeds inside are high in antioxidants that not only protect your blood lipids from the nasty act oxidation, but also help prevent plaque buildup on arteries. Pomegranates are also a great source of potassium. Studies at Duke found that the seedy fruit can prevent or alleviate heart disease, some cancers, and Alzheimer's.
Toss the seeds on your fave greens and call it a salad, or add to a warm quinoa dish.