Allow a pepino melon to ripen to the firmness of a plum, slice it in half with a knife and eat it with a spoon. The entire fruit, including skin and seeds, is edible, although tough skins are unpalatable. Preparing the f... More »

Huckleberry, honeydew melon, huito and horned melon are fruits that start with the letter "H." Hawthorn trees also produce round fruits that resemble apples and are often referred to as "haws" or "hawthorn fruit." More »

A horned melon is eaten by slicing the melon open and scooping out the inside of the fruit. This is because the skin of the fruit can't be peeled. The inside of the fruit is filled with seeds, which can be scooped around... More »

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Recipes that use bitter melon include bitter melon chips and bitter melon stir-fry. Bitter melon has a strong flavor, and it's common to eat the skin as well as the flesh. More »

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Making a decorative watermelon basket requires cutting a portion off the bottom of the watermelon, drawing stencil marks on the melon shell and making precision cuts to form the decorative top. The handle of the watermel... More »

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To open a coconut, simply hit it with the blunt side of a knife along its natural line. You need a large knife and a bowl to catch the liquid as it drains. This process takes only a few minutes. More »

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Self Magazine's NutritionData explains that half of a large grapefruit that weighs 166 grams contains 12 grams of sugar. Half of a large grapefruit also contains 13 grams of carbohydrates, which is 4 percent of the daily... More »