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The ideal knife for this would be a fillet or boning knife, however if you don't have one a non-serrated knife would give you the best looking cut. There's no reason you cannot use a serrated knife, it's more cosmetic than anything else.
I think a bread knife would shred the skin and flesh. I would place skin side down and, ideally, use a sharp slicing knife. Sharp is the key. I have also used a chef's knife and a fillet knife for this task. The goal is to achieve a clean cut.
Every pomegranate has six ridges running from top to bottom which define the natural segments of the fruit. First slice off the top and bottom of the outer skin, then lightly score along the ridges. This will allow you to gently pull the sections apart, exposing the tasty goodness inside without any mess at all. This is by far the easiest and cleanest ...
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