Watermelon is one of the healthiest fruits of the summer season. It tastes the best when you sit on the grass in your garden, grab a huge slice, and bite into the juicy flesh.
What method do you use to cut up this big fruit? Which is the most practical way of slicing a melon?
Some people cut the fruit open with a sharp knife and remove the seeds, and then they cut the flesh into cubes. Some don’t care about the seeds, and use a spoon to scoop out the flesh. The video below shows a third, very practical method.
Cut the fruit in half, slice it lengthwise into thicker pieces, and then chop it across as well. This way you will obtain neat prisms you can bite into easily, without the juice dribbling all over the place.