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Rinse the cantaloupe seeds and add to blender with a little bit of water. Blend really well.

Combine with the rest of the water in a pitcher with the lime zest and sweetener. Allow to sit in the fridge for 4 hours.

Strain and serve.

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Now I know what to do with all those cantaloupe seeds! Can I use seeds of a cantaloupe that is commercially grown and not organic/

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Ok, so I tried it. Maybe I did something wrong, it was a little bland. I added more agave and it was better.

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Wow this sounds yummy I love melons. Soup with lime and some sweetener, yum When I get home I am going to make this and post photos here

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Ok, so I tried it. Maybe I did something wrong, it was a little bland. I added more agave and it was better.

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My compost did an amazing thing. It grew cantaloupe. I transfered it to a pot and depending on the weather we may have fresh melon in a while. Now back to the horchata. I have new melon seeds. Take three.

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My melon seeds have been sent to the compost twice.

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Now I know what to do with all those cantaloupe seeds! Can I use seeds of a cantaloupe that is commercially grown and not organic/

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Wow this sounds yummy I love melons. Soup with lime and some sweetener, yum When I get home I am going to make this and post photos here

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