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How to cut watermelon

How to cut watermelon

Committing to a watermelon always involves a trade-off—I want this delicious fruit, but I also enjoy walking home without an extra 10 to 15 pounds in my tote. The chilled flesh is refreshing and hydrating, but then again, there goes all my fridge space.

If I'm going to make that kind of sacrifice, I want to ensure that it's going to be worth it. I want to cut into a juicy, crisp, and sweet melon, with bright-red flesh that isn't mealy and bland.

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Last modified onWednesday, 18 July 2018 04:45
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