Watermelon contains about six percent sugar by weight, the rest being mostly water. As with many other fruits, it is a source of Vitamin C. It is not a significant source of other vitamins and minerals unless one eats several kilograms per day.
Watermelon seeds are rich in fat and protein and are widely eaten as a snack.especially in China, competing with sunflower seeds.
Watermelon rinds are also edible, and sometimes used as a vegetable. In China, they are stir- fried, stewed, or more often pickled. When stir-fried or pickled, the skin and fruit has to be removed using. Look out for the Watermelon Pickle recipe tomorrow.
Watermelon flesh (preferably seedless watermelon)
Vanilla Ice cream for float
a squeeze of fresh lime
Blend ice cubes with watermelon flesh.
Add in a squeeze of fresh lime into the watermelon drink.
For Watermelon Float, top drink with a scoop or two of ice cream.