Watermelons consist of 95 percent water. The sweet, crisp red flesh contains iron, vitamin C and Lycopene.
Chilled, watermelon is a wonderful thirst quencher. Just slice and enjoy.
Watermelon belongs to the same family as the cucumber and squash and is actually a vegetable.
How to prepare
Cut the watermelon into wedges and enjoy!
Buyer's and storage guide
A ripe watermelon sounds a little hollow when you knock on the skin.
Watermelons should be kept in the refrigerator. They taste their best when chilled.
- In a fruit salad
- Serve with a few leaves of mint
- Make a salad with goat or feta cheese and mint as garnish
- Make homemade watermelon sorbet