Today's review: Seedless Watermelon vs Seeded Watermelon
More about Seedless Watermelon http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/mv152
My score for both seedless and seeded watermelon 3.5 out of 5
The seedless watermelon has a firmer, consistent texture, which makes it great for cutting shapes. Without the seeds you can serve it at fancy events, so that people don't have to worry about proper etiquette for spitting out watermelons seeds.
The seeded watermelon is juicy, sweet, and has an awesome watermelon flavor. But, it has seeds all in it. They are great for summer picnics, but the seeds are a big disadvantage.
Vegan Culinary & Pastry Artist. Southern Belle. Master of Public Health. YouTube Next Chef.
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