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Water melon : ) - 07-09-2010, 03:20 PM

Hey guys I heard Japanese people eat Watermelon with salt is that true ???
and btw I tried it out it doesn't taste so I wanna hear you
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07-09-2010, 03:32 PM

do they? I'm gonna try that out - cause we eat watermelon with white cheese - it's a little salty too, and tastes good =)
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07-09-2010, 04:45 PM

HEY WE R DOIN' THE SAME white cheese : D
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07-09-2010, 05:01 PM

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Hey guys I heard Japanese people eat Watermelon with salt is that true ???
and btw I tried it out it doesn't taste so I wanna hear you
Doesn't sound all that "Japanese" to me since all my relatives in Texas, Louisianna and Mississippi all eat it with salt too.


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Americans have been eating watermelon with salt for ages. By the way what is is the average cost of watermelon in Japan
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07-12-2010, 12:47 AM

I've been eating watermelon with salt all my life here in California. I don't think it's unique to Japan. Yum, yum, yum!

edit: I'm seeing that Nestle makes a Watermelon and Salt KitKat flavor for the Japanese market, anyone ever try them?

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Americans have been eating watermelon with salt for ages. By the way what is is the average cost of watermelon in Japan
Depending on size/quality etc.. about 1000-2000 yen average I think. I don't really buy it here though.. so just working off vague memories of what I have noticed.
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I think that I will try the water melon with the white cheese. I hope that It would be very delicious. I know that Water melon is still good for health. I know that The cost of the watermelon is depend on the fruit.
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No Japanese not eat the Water melon in the salt . They do not like the salt to much . But the American eat the water melon with the salt since a long time .
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08-28-2010, 03:10 AM

Do not usually eat the salt putting it.
Eat putting up the salt to a watermelon not sweet.


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