How to choose the juiciest and sweetest watermelon!

How to choose the juiciest and sweetest watermelon!
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With these tips, you will choose the most delicious watermelon. Watermelon refreshes and cools during the summer because it contains a lot of water, and thanks to the fiber, it keeps us full.

It is rich in vitamins C and A, as well as potassium and magnesium, and contains very few calories. There are only 30 calories per 100 grams of watermelon.

But when we buy it, it is not easy to guess which is ripe and the juiciest. Although at first glance everything looks the same, we need to be an “artist” to choose the most delicious.

Pay attention to the stripes

You can recognize a ripe watermelon by its color. Namely, choose one that has strong dark green stripes on the bark. Also, pale stripes should be light yellow.

If the rind is shiny, the watermelon is probably not ripe enough. Check the place of growth

One of the surest signs that a watermelon is ripe is the color where this fruit grows, that is, the place where it “sat” while growing.

More precisely, it should have a creamy, yellow color, unlike those insufficiently ripe watermelons that have a white or light yellow color.

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Tap it

To make sure it is ideal, slowly tap it a few times to hear the sound coming from it.

If you hear a deep sound, it means there is more water and it is ripe. Otherwise, the bark is thick and dense, and the fruit is not fully ripe.

Choose the hardest

When choosing a watermelon, lift each one until you find the heaviest one. When you lift it, it should be heavier than it looks.

The heavier it is, the more water it has and the sweeter it is, writes Real Simple.

Observe the shape

Choose round instead of oval. Round watermelons are sweeter, while ovals are often full of water and tasteless.

Also, pay attention to the unusual bumps on the watermelon. If it has bumps, it won’t be delicious.

Vidya Sankaranandh

Vidya Sankaranandh

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