We harvested watermelons in the field. Perhaps because of the nearly 40 degrees Celsius whether,
the amount and the size weren’t particularly impressive.
But fruits taste the best when it’s hot.
Watermelons are in fact 90% water. It is also rich in fructose and minerals such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium, so it helps us prevent heat strokes.
Sprinkle a bit of salt over it, and it will taste sweeter and help you adjust salt level in your body and restore your mineral balance like isotonic drinks.
We recommend Nakiri or Santoku for bigger watermelons, and Petty for smaller fruits.