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Always Wash (all fruit) thoroughly before juicing to ensure proper hygene.

EMH's Thoughts

By EMH

Watermelon rind has chlorophyll, vitamin A, protein, potassium, zinc, iodine, nucleic acids and enzymes which aid digestion. Ninety-five percent of the nutritional content in watermelon is in the rind. The seeds may be a little noisy but are harmless to the juicer.

You may be curious about the name. When you put a sloppy wet piece of watermelon in the juicer it comes out like Niagara Falls. Because watermelon is a great diuretic, your kidneys and bladder will experience a honeymoon of youthful health.

If you are short on money, watermelon juice is the ticket. You can add just about anything to watermelon juice, so again, we encourage you to have some fun.

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can you do this in a blender then strain it through a nutmylk bag?

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I can't see why not - but I have never tried.

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I love watermelon--I live on it in the summer! This sounds refreshing but does the rind give it a weird taste or you don't notice it? I always crunch up the seeds and eat them along with the melon--good for cancer prevention!

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To all those who read this recipe - It was not my intention to try and mislead anyone concerning the Authorship of this or any other recipe I post in the future. My apologies in advance, as it was very very late when I posted the last recipes and inadvertently omitted the source.

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I love watermelon--I live on it in the summer! This sounds refreshing but does the rind give it a weird taste or you don't notice it? I always crunch up the seeds and eat them along with the melon--good for cancer prevention!

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I can't see why not - but I have never tried.

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can you do this in a blender then strain it through a nutmylk bag?

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