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Keep watermelon chunks, slices or juice in your refrigerator. Pack a slice in your lunch box. Use as a snack or thirst quencher. Combine with other fruit or vegetables to use as an appetizer, in fresh fruit salad or as a dessert. Scoop out fruit and cut rind like a basket for an even prettier fruit salad.



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