And the bizarro talent show continues. Last week, we saw a dude snap stuff in half using only his buns of steel. This week, we've got a woman with a dangerous set of thighs. Don't believe me? Watch this video. A watermelon doesn't lie.
A fruit native to South America that is also known as the melon pear or "melumber" as they are said to taste like a cross between a melon (honeydew or cantaloupe) and a cucumber. Pepinos are high in potassium and are full of vitamin A, B and C. Pepinos are smooth and round/ovaly - similar to a large goose egg - and are known for their light yellow skin with purple lines. They are found often in Peru and Chile, and have been exported to many other countries - they have just recently found their way to Britain.
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Who could pass up the crisp and refreshing taste of melon? It's great in fruit salad and it cools you down in the summer. If you are craving a little bit of summer try this incredibly easy snack.
What you'll need:
Melon (any kind but watermelon)
1 cup of cottage cheese
- Take the melon (my fave is cantaloupe) and cut it in half.
- Scoop out all the seeds.
- Fill the melon bowl with cottage cheese or yogurt.
- Serve as is and scoop out bite-sized spoonfuls. Or if you prefer - you can cut the cantaloupe up and serve on a plate.
Why we love it:
Melons like cantaloupe are high in vitamins A and C, and potassium. They are low in calories and easy to digest.
Cottage cheese and yogurt are great sources of calcium and protein - try using the low fat versions.
Plus, it's so easy to make and if you use the melon like a bowl, it is easy to clean up too.