watermelon juice

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen we were in Thailand, I must have gulped down about 6 glasses of watermelon juice a day. I was OBSESSED. It was icy cold, refreshing, and probably more addictive than any cup of coffee! I had probably never been so hydrated in my life and I was determined to recreate it at home.

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I bought a watermelon and stuck it in the fridge overnight. Have you ever held a whole, cold watermelon? It’s like a giant marble- super weird. I struggled to cut it open, but once I had halved it, I sliced it into sections, cut off the rind and put the pieces in a blender. I blitzed it for a minute and poured it into a glass…

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Ta Da! Fruity crack in a cup! The taste took me back to Thailand. It’s a shame Summer has disappeared to enjoy it fully out in the sunshine!

Author: Angela Shek

just a clueless mama in East London

6 thoughts on “watermelon juice”

  1. God I love watermelon. It reminds me of my family in Australia. I’ve never tasted such juicy and sumptuous watermelons anywhere else. There is a little street stall near my grandma’s house that will blend you a watermelon juice in front of your very eyes, and then you can walk to the beach with it in your hand. Aaaaa, so lovely!

    Owl Girl | A London lifestyle blog

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  2. I’m addicted to this stuff too! It’s part of the reason I gravitate to Borough Market every Saturday, for a glass of sunshine 🙂 How many drinks can you get out of a whole melon? xx

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