The Butterfly Bonsai aims to teach all people how to garden, cook what they garden, and preserve what they garden for future use.
The Butterfly Bonsai wants to help all people become self sufficient. To not have to rely on the government to feed their own families.
Margo's Kitchen is my own small kitchen where I love to create recipes and cookbooks.
I create most things from scratch, and I try to save a lot of money in the process!
Sunday, May 17, 2015
How to properly pick a ripe watermelon
How to pick the sweetest and ripest watermelon.
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Everyday I see people banging on watermelons
trying to pick the best one.
Here's the real deal on picking the
1. Make sure it has
a prominent yellow spot. This is where it sat on the ground ripening.
No spot = premature pick = not ripe.
2. Look for "webbing". This is the
brown, course web looking materiel. This is caused when bees pollinate
the flower and scar the membranes that later forms the fruit.
pollination = more webbing = sweeter fruit.
3. Look for black hard globs
seeping out. This is sugar not insects or rotting. You're welcome