(or: Bring Back the Diagram)
Video tutorials are great for lots of reasons, but instant comprehension isn't one of them.
Thinking there had to a simple way to peel a pomegranate, I looked online. Fully half an hour and several YouTube videos later, I had an answer. First, however, I'd had to watch a few minutes of each tutorial to find out whether they were showing the underwater peeling method, which I didn't want. Then I had to sit through what felt like hours of people showing and pointing at all sides of a pomegranate, all sides of the knife they were going to use, both sides of their cutting boards....
It's interesting to know that their grandmothers taught them this method. It's equally interesting to see their kitchens, their hairstyles, the funny way they keep moving their hands while they talk. But that's not the information I'm looking for.
One page, one drawing, that's all it needed. So here it is.
(For a further demonstration of the superior power of diagrams, compare just about any knitting video tutorial to any post on TECHknitting. There's just no contest.)