Watermelons were originally cultivated for their high water content and were stored to be eaten during dry seasons, not only as a food source but as a method of storing water. Watermelon is a sweet, commonly consumed fruit of summer, usually, as fresh slices, diced in mixed fruit salads, or as juice. Watermelon juice can be blended with other fruit juices or made into wine. It can be even served as a curry. The seeds have a nutty flavor and can be dried and roasted, or ground into flour. Watermelon rinds may be eaten, but their unappealing flavor may be overcome by pickling, sometimes eaten as a vegetable, stir-fried or stewed.
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