Place a cut pomegranate onto the spikes and tap it with a spoon to knock the seeds out. Arils will pass through the sieve, which catches most of the membrane and pith, and into the bowl. The bowl contains all the juice and has a spout for draining, and a lid locks the seeds in for storage. See? Pretty simple. This tool saves you time and effort, and you get easily separated seeds as the tasty—and healthy—reward.