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HOW TO EASILY CUT A WATERMELON





WATERMELON STORAGE TIPS



TO FREEZE WATERMELON PIECES

Freezing watermelon can extend its shelf life, keep it from turning brown and give you a handy ice-cold snack on a hot summer day.


Freezing Basics To freeze watermelon, choose a piece that is ripe but preferably not overripe. A ripe melon will have a yellow flesh under its green rind, and the outside should be slightly soft to the touch. Cut the watermelon into pieces approximately 1 inch thick or slightly smaller. The smaller you cut it, the more pieces you'll have once they're thawed.


Lay the watermelon pieces in a single layer on a parchment or wax paper-lined baking sheet, and freeze until solid. Once frozen, transfer the pieces to an airtight freezer-safe storage container or zip top bag and freeze for up to 3 months.


You can also pour watermelon juice into ice cube trays and freeze it, then transfer the cubes to an airtight freezer safe storage container or zip top bag. Watermelon juice makes great ice cubes for summer cocktails! Cutting Watermelon for a Party.


How to Easily Cut a Watermelon