1# How It Looks, Matters a Lot
When you choose a watermelon, pay attention to its look. What you want to choose is a watermelon that doesn’t have soft parts on the rind, no cracks, that is symetrical, and hard.
Even if there is the tiniest damage on the peel, don’t buy it because no matter what damaged it, the nature of the damage is transferred inside. These damages usually occur during the growth period, as a result of excessive sun exposure and water deficiency.
The best ripe watermelon is matte and dark green. Shinier watermelons usually are less lenient.
3# Check The Yellow Area on The Watermelon Rind
The yellow area on the skin indicates where the watermelon laid on the ground while aging in the sun. On the off chance that this spot is darker shade of yellow, it implies that the watermelon has aged appropriately. On the off chance that it is pale or doesn’t exist, it implies that the watermelon was picked too soon.
A ready watermelon contains 92% water and 6% sugar, which implies that the watermelon should skim superficially whenever absorbed a basin of water. As you likely won’t have a container of water when you go to the market, it’s ideal to think about the loads of two watermelons of a remarkable same size. The one that is heavier, it’s better.
Use the simple and old knocking method to check if the watermelon is ripe or not. You should focus on the sound that the watermelon produces. A ripe watermelon will give you a less deeper tone than the one that is unripe.