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What's your favorite type or brand of melon?

Asked by ibstubro (18765points) July 30th, 2015

I love casaba.

Watermelon juice is an old favotite.

Oh, honeydew!

Cantaloupe, my original melon.

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18 Answers

jca's avatar

I love nice, cold watermelon best.

ibstubro's avatar

Like a delicious drink you chew, @jca!

Uncle Clyde was in charge of watermelon for our 4th of July celebration, and iced them down in galvanized wash tubs.

Pachy's avatar

My favorite melon type since boyhood has always been ice-cold watermelon (always with a little salt sprinkled on). But recently I discovered a worthy contender for my melon affection—an amazingly sweet cantaloupe variety branded Sugar Kiss. it’s much more expensive than regular ‘loupes” but worth every cent. I can’t begin to tell you how good it is.

ibstubro's avatar

Yum, @Pachy!

If I’ve not tried that one, I had another damned good Kiss cantaloupe.

marinelife's avatar

None, I despise all melons.

DominicY's avatar

Watermelon has always been my favorite. Cantaloupe in second. All the others are kinda the same to me.

Coloma's avatar

Yep, watermelon followed by Cantaloupe. I just had am amazing yellow watermelon and now back to the red. I could live on the stuff all summer and make a great fruit salad with watermelon, cantaloupe, red grapes, and mandarin oranges. Mmmm good!
No salt on my watermelon but on my Cantaloupe yes!

dammitjanetfromvegas's avatar

My homemade watermelon jam.

DrasticDreamer's avatar

I’m currently eating watermelon and it’s definitely my favorite melon.

Buttonstc's avatar

Hands down, it’s Watermelon for me.

JLeslie's avatar

Watermelon.

Stinley's avatar

Small and sweet Galia melon is my favourite. Apparently it’s a European cousin of the cantaloupe

Pachy's avatar

@ibstubro, can’t wait to try the watermelon juice recipe. Sounds great.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@dammitjanetfromvegas How do you make watermelon jam?

majorrich's avatar

Since it’s just two of us now, my wife and I have been enjoying those wee tiny watermelons about the size of a cantaloupe They are seedless and they fit in the fridge.

RocketGuy's avatar

I love Tuscan-style melons – they are extremely fragrant: http://www.dulcinea.com/products/tuscan-style-cantaloupe.html

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

If I could get the same watermelons out of our patch when I was a kid… That was pure bliss.

ibstubro's avatar

Sorry.
I replied to everyone and, for some reason, I was required to log back in when I tried to post and the answer post was lost.

More and more shit just disappears here on Fluther.

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