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At last, a prescription for healthy food that tastes good

Newton doctor says you can do it, with time and her tips

Loosen pomegranate seeds by whacking one-half of a just bisected fruit with a sturdy kitchen implement, like a big metal spoon. Using your hands alone will not get enough seeds out. Loosen pomegranate seeds by whacking one-half of a just bisected fruit with a sturdy kitchen implement, like a big metal spoon. Using your hands alone will not get enough seeds out. (Donald Rockhead for The Boston Globe)
By Erica Noonan
Globe Staff / November 26, 2009

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NEWTON - The doctor is in . . . her kitchen. And with her new website, Dr. Deborah Chud of Chestnut Hill hopes to find her way into yours. (Full article: 823 words)

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