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Rinse off any remaining dirt and slice as you like! Cut into small pieces using the rind as a handle, or slice, scoop, or cube flesh.

For melons with seeds, cut in half to scoop out seeds and then slice. Or cut in half, then in half again, and slice out seeds at a 45-degree angle.

Tasty Tip

Cut in half, slice widthwise, and then halve again for an old-fashioned wedge.

Quick & Easy Recipe

Cut in half, remove seeds, and use melon-baller to scoop balls or shave delicate slices with knife, and toss with fresh baby romaine, balsamic vinegar, and olive oil.

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