Use the Whole Watermelon

Using the whole watermelon is a great way to create nutritious meals without wasting food  Let’s learn how you can use the rind, flesh and watermelon juice in unique ways.

WATERMELON FLESH: Did you know your favorite part of the watermelon can come in a variety of different colors and can be used in savory recipes as well as sweet? From colorful snacking to delicious entrees, there is something for every appetite, so no watermelon goes to waste.

WATERMELON JUICE: At 92% water, watermelon is an excellent choice for staying hydrated. Overripe watermelon? Don’t throw it out! Instead, juice or puree it to retain the value and nutrition. Cheers to that!

WATERMELON RIND: Watermelon rind may be stewed, baked, used in salads, as a side dish, in desserts, and more. Think of watermelon rind as a bonus ingredient when you buy a whole watermelon; a blank canvas that can be seasoned and cooked just about any way you can imagine. Check out the many recipes here at: Rind Headquarters

HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS: Watermelon is a superfood that surprises and delights and it’s as happy as it is healthy. Watermelon is naturally low in fat, sodium, and calories, and has no cholesterol. It is also a source of many essential nutrients including potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, B6, magnesium, thiamin, phosphorus, folic acid, and fiber! And, watermelon is 92% water, making it a delicious way to rehydrate.

CHOOSE A GOOD WATERMELON: Don’t forget to look back at our post about the way to pick a good watermelon! </a>

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