I juiced a pomegranate today. It was tricky. First, I seeded it using this method.
The next step was the tricky one. Here's a close up of the seeds themselves.
As you can see, inside each one is a white 'pit'. These are awfully bitter. You can't just blend the whole seed or your juice will be excessively bitter. I put them in my bullet one tablespoon at a time and gave them a couple pulses. This was just enough to get the juice out without cutting into that pit. Next, I placed a strainer over a jar and strained the juice out, giving the seeds a gentle pressing with the back of a spoon. This got the last of the juice out and the strainer caught all the pits and pulp pieces. I did this to all the seeds and it yielded about one cup of juice. Then I took a couple blueberries and threw them in and ran THAT in the bullet. The result was some fresh, yummy juice. Now I'm off to make a smoothie with some of it. I think I'll use the leftover guts to make some pomegranate bath salt. I'll let you know how it turns out!