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Mindful : August 2018
A glorious marriage of sunshine, water, sugar, and soil. Each bite releases a gush of nectar as refresh- ing as a plunge into a cool lake on a hot summer day. Watermelon, with its juicy pink flesh and whimsically striped shell, is an iconic picnic treat sliced up and served straight. But it’s also easy to dress up. TRY THIS One of my all-time favorite ways to prepare watermelon is also exceedingly simple, inspired by the classic fruta con chile y limón (or “fruit with chili and lime”), a preparation I fell in love with on my travels in Mexico. Cube or slice up a watermelon, sprinkle it with fresh lime juice, spicy red pepper flakes, and salt, let it marinate in the fridge for at least half an hour, and then toss the melon in the juices left behind. The tingle of the chili and tang of the lime add a little dazzle, while the sweet luscious fruit takes the spotlight. ● Use Your Melon By Claire Ciel Zimmerman NUTRITION INFO Both watermelon flesh and seeds are packed with antioxidant benefits and vitamin C. They’re also rich sources of vitamin A, copper, and potassium—and have even more lycopene than tomatoes. source: whfoods.com PHOTOGRAPHBYKAATZOETEKOUW/STOCKSYUNITED ABOUT THE AUTHOR Claire Ciel Zimmerman is Mindful’s Deputy Editor and Eater-in-Chief. 20 mindful August 2018 LIVING | mindful eating