I practically lived on watermelon for about 15 years of my young life, growing up in St. Louis. Missouri, hot as hell as it was, also was an ideal place to grow the fruit, and the sweetness was to die for. Eating all that watermelon was maybe a gift from heaven, as watermelon is all natural, nutritious, and full of healthy vitamins (A and C) and minerals (potassium and magnesium). It has far fewer calories than processed food, and it reportedly has been linked to promoting recovery in athletes. (Click on the photo to see a larger picture in a separate picture page.)
There is not a lot of blog posts on Soulard Market, so please extend your article a bit 🙂
Soulard is one of my favourites.
It’s a blog on watermelon. Please feel free to share your thoughts on Soulard on your channels; I’m sure others will follow. FYI, I think Soulard is a grand and historic market. My focus in this small item is how wonderful watermelon from Missouri is.