Is Watermelon a Solid Food?



Watermelon might be art but it is not a solid food. Watermelon is considered a liquid and the FDA agrees.

So if you know someone who is on a liquid diet, that diet can include watermelon. Interesting trivia that Dear learned at work today…

As with everything check with your doctor before you drastically change your diet. 🙂

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

4 thoughts on “Is Watermelon a Solid Food?

  1. OH MY! That is deliciously lovely! Dear came up with a good one! Thanks Brother-in-law dearest for being a blog contributor! 😉

    Lana, dear is quite unassuming in his contributions…

  2. I guess you do learn something everyday 😉
    I can’t even imagine eating a watermelon that someone spent so much time creating…wow, did you do that? Incredibly beautiful!
    I love the header picture on your blog- so very serene and beautiful!
    Mama to 6
    one homemade and 5 adopted (working on #7 from Guatemala this time 😉

    Hi Kimmie, My contribution is finding the picture and enjoying the fruit of other peoples labor! 🙂 Blessings on you and all your children!

  3. That was great! I love watermelon and will be happy to go on a diet eating (or drinking) this wonderful fruit.

    Kathy, You make the toast, I’ll bring the salt.

  4. Did you know that TJ’s sells “arbuz” (Russian for watermelon), in it’s true form? Check out the fresh fruit juice’s in the refrigerated section. Guaranteed to be sweet and always deeeeeelicious!

    Svet, I did not know anyone sold “arbuz”. I’m gonna have to check it out. Thanks for the duulicious tip!

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