Back to The Rind: How it's Done
Watermelon rinds, those whitish, mostly flavorless parts of the bright summer fruit, usually end up in the trash can after the family barbecue is over. Few people know that these rinds are packed with vitamins and minerals, even more so than the fruit itself.
To remove watermelon rinds, use a sharp knife to slowly separate the green-skinned white rind from the pink seeded fruit.
Watermelon rinds can be used in tasty ways. For instance; pickled watermelon rind is a popular food in the
Pickling is a long process that most of us don't have the time or tools to do, but that doesn't mean we have to waste watermelon rinds. A blender is all you need to whip up this luscious, cooling summer drink.