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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    I agree

    And that's exactly how I eat it.

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    All the melons taste too sweet to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    All the melons taste too sweet to me.
    Yeah, and I bet you eat all kinds of desserts that have 5 times as much sugar as a melon does. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Yeah, and I bet you eat all kinds of desserts that have 5 times as much sugar as a melon does. :)
    Actually...if it's not chocolate I'm usually not interested. And if it's chocolate fudge I'm still not interested....it's too sweet too.

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    Seedless watermelon.

    I never liked melon much when I was younger.

    But I love it now, and have some sort of melon almost daily. Watermelon is my favorite.

    Melon is also a natural antacid. When I went on a much more alkaline diet a couple years ago, I added a lot of melon. My stomach, and the way I feel in general, has been so much better.
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    Harvested my first and only watermelon of the season and its the best and sweetest watermelon I had all summer. Its a sugar baby with the dark green rind:

    Watermelon - seedless or seeded?-prod000561_lg-jpg

    I have another one a little larger than a grapefruit that's still on the vine that might be ok in a few weeks if we don't get a frost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Harvested my first and only watermelon of the season and its the best and sweetest watermelon I had all summer. Its a sugar baby with the dark green rind:

    Watermelon - seedless or seeded?-prod000561_lg-jpg

    I have another one a little larger than a grapefruit that's still on the vine that might be ok in a few weeks if we don't get a frost.
    So is that a pick of YOUR watermelon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Harvested my first and only watermelon of the season and its the best and sweetest watermelon I had all summer. Its a sugar baby with the dark green rind:

    Watermelon - seedless or seeded?-prod000561_lg-jpg

    I have another one a little larger than a grapefruit that's still on the vine that might be ok in a few weeks if we don't get a frost.
    Ever made watermelon rind pickles? Yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quest View Post
    Ever made watermelon rind pickles? Yummy!
    I'd be interested in what that tastes like. I like most everything pickled.

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