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It’s watermelon season – Can you pick a good one?

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

It’s summertime, and that means cracking open watermelons in the sunshine. I always anticipate the start of prime melon availability in June; there’s just something about ripping into their juicy flesh that’s indescribably joyous.

And so fresh from wiping some watermelon juice from my chin, I’m here to give you a few tips on how to find good ones.

A lot of people have trouble picking out good watermelons, but its hardly a crap shoot, and you can avoid hauling home mealy, tasteless fruit. Despite being encased in a thick rind, watermelons give us hints as to what lies inside of them.

I’ve created an article and a video covering my three-part test for watermelon tastiness which should help you avoid the lemons.

The fruit itself is a pretty interesting subject, and I’ve also added some information about them to my fruit section.

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