Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Yellow Seedless Watermelon

As you can see the outsides look the same as the red ones. The one we had was also seedless so I am assuming it comes in both varieties.
I bought a yellow watermelon recently that was locally grown with a guarantee from the seller that I would love it.

I did, the color kind of threw me off a bit but it was sweet and delicious (and seedless) just like its red counterpart. I highly recommend it.

1 comment:

Joanne said...

I had them for the first time in Japan a long time ago. I was amazed by them, but heck yeah they are sweet and yummy.