When you split the fruit open, a mass of red seeds in a spongy white membrane is revealed. Only the wonderfully sweet and tart seeds and juice are edible. What can you do with these tantalizing seeds? Pop them in your mouth, try sprinkling them over salads, fruit desserts, cakes, or puddings, or use them in marinades, glazes, sauces and garnish. Top waffles, oatmeal, pancakes, cereal or sundaes.