Ackkk! Now you tell me, Sparrowgrass.
I will wash the rind my next mellon, as this one has already been cut and some of it eaten. It *looked* clean, lol.
Actually, I won't actually wash it, I'll rinse it with water, like I do a lot of my veggies, fruits and herbs. I've never been sure if that is really doing anything or not though. Can a spray of water actually rinse off the nasties?
Yesterday I had to rummage all through the bin before I found a good bunch of cilantro. Who knows how many other people did the same before me? And then the cashier fumbled with it trying to find the code. Does a spray of water and a good shaking really do anything?
I should go look that up. I'm sure it's been talked about here.
And it was pretty good. I felt the dimple and picked one that wasn't too soft and not too hard either, because I couldn't remember what I was looking for
I picked a tweener.