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I can’t believe it, all these years I have been cutting watermelon all wrong! This method ensures no waste and the perfect size for the kids to enjoy.

Watch the YouTube video for easy visual instructions

What is your kid’s favourite fruit?

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  • great tip, but 1/4 cut watermelon which I buy from supermarket isn’t cut this way…

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  • Great tip. My daughter loves watermelon and blueberries.

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  • Wouldn’t the rest of the watermelon dry out before you got to the end. Will still give it a go though.

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  • Great to know for the warmer weather coming up!

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  • I must admit I never buy a whole or even half a watermelon. I’m more likely to buy a quarter. I love this demo though and would definitely use it. I cut sort or similarly with a quarter so there’s very little waste. Looking forward to watermelon season.

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  • I will remember this.

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  • I’ll have to try to remember this!

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  • great video. I buy ¼ water melon I wonder if it will work with that?

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  • A clever way to cut watermelon, however, we do like a big quarter to sink your teeth into – always fun to make a mess with watermelon, half the fun of eating it! :)

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  • hahaha, love it. Funny how something so simple can make you smile and wonder … I cut a watermelon this morning for school lunches. Wish I saw this video before that, lol – will definatally try in a few days

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  • I cut all the skin off then cube the entire watermelon as it is much easier to store containers of watermelon in the fridge then the entire fruit


    • Yes, I do exactly like you. But if you are going to eat it immediately, probably it’s easier like they show it in the video.



      • At home the skin is on and for lunch boxes, the skin is off.

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  • That’s a great idea. Thank you

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  • My friend does this – her children say it’s like a lollypop! My kids don’t waste their triangle size watermelon pieces though

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  • My children are loving Kiwi and oranges at the moment.

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  • Thanks for your post,good to know!

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