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Pomegranates are fruit from Rhúdel. It grows on pomegranate trees, which are found there as single trees in the wild and planted in rows in orchards.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Pomegranates are dropped when the leaves of pomegranate trees decay or are destroyed. The trees are fairly rare, but after getting one sapling from a tree, it is easy to produce many more pomegranate trees.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Pomegranates can be eaten raw as a fruity snack to restore 4 ( 4 ) hunger points, or crafted into refreshing juice, decreasing their nutrition content, as the juice is made out of two fruits, but only restores 6 ( 6 ) hunger points.

They can also be used to brew a delicious, exotic, medium strong wine.

Food of Middle-earth
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