Quick and Easy - Removing Watermelon Seeds

Quarter the watermelon, locate rows of seeds, cut a diagonal slice just above and below the seed line on both sides, remove the wedge of watermelon, and then remove the row of seeds.
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Quick and Easy - Removing Watermelon Seeds

If done the right way, a watermelon can be seed fairly quickly. Follow the detailed steps to seeding a watermelon below.
  • Slice the watermelon into quarters. Cut each quarter in half again.
  • Locate the row of seeds in the wedge of the watermelon. Cut a diagonal slice just above the seed line on both sides. Cutting along the seed line will create a seedless wedge of flesh that can be removed and cubed.
  • After removing the seedless wedge of watermelon, cut along the bottom of the seed line on both sides of the watermelon. Remove the flesh that is full of seeds.
  • Remove the remaining seeds with the tip of a utility knife or a spoon. Once the seeds are removed, the watermelon can be sliced, balled, or cubed.
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