How to Skin a Watermelon
You will be surprised at "How to Skin a Watermelon," and what it looks like after it's done! There's nothing better on a hot summer day than a piece of refreshing watermelon, and once you know this little trick you are sure to look at the fruit differently.
In this fun video you will learn a super cool party trick for surprising friends and family, the kids will especially like it. To skin a watermelon, what you need to do is get two watermelons roughly the same size and cut off the rind with a sharp knife, get off as much of the rind as you possibly can. Next you will take a dish scouring pad and smooth the watermelon surface as best you can. Then you will take the second watermelon, cut it in half straight down the middle, and carve and gut out the entire watermelon (which you can also eat at the party). Then take your smooth whole watermelon piece and put it in the two rind pieces, that you can magically open for your guests! You can use any size of watermelon for this fun trick. You will want to take a look at this great video.
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The watermelon is believed to have originated in southern Africa, where it is found growing wild. The watermelon reaches maximum genetic diversity there, with sweet, bland and bitter forms. There is evidence of watermelons cultivation in the Nile Valley that has been found from the second millennium BC onward. Watermelon seeds have been found at Twelfth Dynasty sites and in the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Watermelon is also mentioned in the Bible as a food eaten by the ancient Israelites while they were in bondage in Egypt. Watermelon rinds are edible, but most people avoid eating them due to their unappealing flavor. The rind can be stir fried, stewed or pickled, which is sometimes eaten in the Southern United States. The Oklahoma State Senate passed a bill in 2007 declaring watermelon as the official state vegetable, with some controversy about whether it is a vegetable or a fruit.
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