Are Watermelon Seeds Edible?

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Water melon seeds are edible and nutritious, in fact, all parts of water melon are edible including the the rind, flesh and seeds. The seeds of a water melon contain citrulline, which purportedly enhance sports performance, act as an antioxidant, as well as a vasodilator, and increase L-arginine supplies in the body might offer benefits in treating high blood pressure, sickle-cell anemia and elevated glucose levels. Supplements from the water melon seeds are believed to treat impotence.
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Determine when to plant the seeds by the type of watermelon and the desired harvest time. Standard watermelons, usually 20 to 30 lbs. or more and oblong shaped, take 90 to 100 days
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Pretty much all of it except the hard green shell. The red fruit can be eaten as is when ripe. The rind (white part) can be pickled. And the seeds can be salted and toasted like sunflower
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1. Select the pumpkin seeds. You can use ones from your garden or from a pumpkin you've bought from the farmers market. Ad. 2. Cut the top off the pumpkin. Discard it. 3. Scoop the
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Below is a link that will give you the length of time according to what you planted. http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/veggies/wat…. Early (70 to 75 days to harvest) Golden Crown
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