I’m a food expert – my criss-cross method for cutting a watermelon makes it so much easier to eat

MORE watermelon means an even sweeter summer.

Food expert Anahi Perez posted a video revealing her easy method for cutting watermelon.

First, Perez starts by placing the full watermelon on a cutting board.

Using a large chef's knife, she cuts the watermelon down the middle so she has two large halves.

Starting with one half, she turns it upside down so that the pink of the watermelon is on the board and she's touching the rind.

She then cuts that half in half again.


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Instead of separating the two pieces, she uses the knife to cut through the melon about every inch or so.

Once she has about six or so slices, she rotates the melon and does the same cutting method in the opposite direction.

The cuts in the melon will criss-cross and create a grid across the green rind.

Once that side is done, repeat with the other half of the melon.

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This easy cutting method requires little effort and will keep you from having to cut the watermelon into cubes.

It also will prevent you from turning your kitchen into a sticky mess.

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Making snack time a breeze, Perez's trick will allow you to easily grab small slices of the delicious summer fruit.

Viewers loved her trick, saying: "That's really cool!"

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