It's green outside, red inside and until you taste it you do not know if it's good or not. Watermelon is one of the most delicious and popular fruits in the summer.
In 100 grams of watermelon, 90 percent water, 0 percent fat, 0 percent cholesterol, 0 percent sodium, 112 mg potassium (3 percent of daily consumption), 8 grams of carbohydrate (2 percent of daily consumption) (1%), 6 grams of sugar, 0.6 grams of protein (1 percent), vitamin C (13 percent of daily consumption), vitamin A, iron (1 percent) and magnesium (2 percent).
Some people specialize in choosing watermelons and know how to choose a good watermelon.
How to pick a good Watermelon?
Give a slight blow and listen - if the sound is hollow it indicates that the watermelon is ripe.
If the stalk at the top of the watermelon is dry and easily torn, you probably have fresh watermelon in hand.
Look for watermelon with a smooth, no-crack skin.
A watermelon that smells of its bark reminds a melon a little is a perfect watermelon.
A watermelon whose pale green skin is not ripe.
And the safest method of all - ask the seller to cut the watermelon in half and taste it.
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