How to choose a ripe watermelon

There’s nothing like digging face first (or with knife and fork if you’re feeling fancy) into a giant slice of watermelon on a hot summer day. A good ol’ wedge of watermelon — straight from the fridge, all juicy, sweet, and crisp — can be a serious thirst quencher when the sun is high in the sky and eating anything that’s not ice cold is out of the question. But there’s nothing worse than an unripe melon, so the best thing to do is go to your supermarket armed with the knowledge that will ensure you buy a melon that is perfectly ripe in the first place. Here’s what you need to know. Just click here.


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