According to Slate, all watermelon seeds are safe to eat, but it is best to chew them before swallowing them. When consumed, they are a source of protein. More »

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According to SFGate, it is completely safe to eat watermelon seeds, and roasted watermelon seeds in particular provide a number of health benefits. Roasted watermelon seeds are a healthy source of unsaturated fats and es... More »

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Dogs can eat watermelon, but they should not consume the rind or seeds. Owners should consult a veterinarian before giving their dog a new treat of any type, including fruit. More »

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Dogs can eat watermelon, but they should not consume the rind or seeds. Owners should consult a veterinarian before giving their dog a new treat of any type, including fruit. 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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Due to its high water content, watermelon is a natural laxative, especially when enjoyed in large quantities. According to the National Watermelon Promotion Board, watermelons are 92 percent water. More »

To make fig jam, boil 1 pound fresh, chopped figs, 1 1/2 cups sugar, the seeds from 1/2 a vanilla bean and a pinch of salt for approximately 20 minutes, or until the jam sets when it is dropped onto a chilled plate. Stir... More »

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