Watermelon is a delicious fruit and a refreshing and nutritious addition to any meal. It can, however, be a time-consuming chore to get all that fruit separated from the rind and into the salad bowl. The following tools of the trade are usually all you would need to make the task much easier:
1. A bowl that will hold most, if not all, of the watermelon after it's cut up.
2. A fine, serrated knife that is long enough to slice diagonally through the watermelon.
3. A knife with a pointed tip and a fine, serrated blade about six inches long.
4. A large cutting board or surface.
If you don't have these items, it's not a disaster. However, if you've always intended to get them but just haven't, it might be worth a trip to the dollar store.
However, check out this video to see how this young man cuts his watermelon. Very impressive indeed! Makes me head straight to the kitchen to practice. How fast can you cut up a watermelon? Is it in 21 seconds like this guy?
Watch this man cut watermelon FAST!!!! >>>
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