Watermelons, with their juicy and refreshing flesh, have a long and fascinating history that dates back thousands of years. Believed to have originated in the deserts of Africa, specifically in the region of present-day Sudan, watermelons were cultivated by ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, who depicted the fruit in their hieroglyphics.
They spread to other parts of the world through trade and exploration, reaching Asia and Europe by the 10th century. Watermelons thrived in warm climates, becoming a staple in the diets of various cultures. Their popularity grew during the 16th and 17th centuries when European colonizers introduced them to the Americas.
Today, watermelons are widely cultivated across the globe, with numerous varieties and hybrids offering different sizes, colors, and flavors. From summer picnics to fruit salads, watermelons continue to delight people with their sweet taste and hydrating properties, making them a beloved and refreshing fruit enjoyed by many.
However, there is so much more to this fruit than just being all fruity and sweet. You can use the skin of watermelon at your next family gathering or party and there won’t be anything. We can have a word on this! The former NASA engineer says the trick works with any size of a watermelon. To start, you will need two watermelons almost identical in size.
You gotta carve those juicy watermelon skin in two halves. This won’t take you more than 20 minutes. You can do it very slowly and take all the time you want though. Clean up the surfaces of the insides with something that you can find at home and you are pretty much done. This hack is just too good. Watch the video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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