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Yellow Melons



Yellow Melon is not the best name in the world for a melon. There are actually many melons that people refer to as a Yellow Melon.

Canary Melons are sometimes referred to loosely as Yellow Melon, as are Cavaillon Melons in France, even though their skin isn't really yellow at all.

Currently, though, Yellow Melon most often refers to melons with bright yellow smooth skin grown in Korea. See entry on "Korean Melons" (another wonderfully vague term.)

See also:

Winter Melons

Alienor Melons; Bolero Melons; Canary Melons; Casaba Melons; Cavaillon Melons; Charentais Melons; Collective Farm Woman Melons; Emerald Gem Melons; Galia Melons; Honeydew Melons; Kharbuza Melons; Ogen Melons; Persian Melons; Petit Gris de Rennes Melons; Piel de Sapo Melons; Prince Melons; Sprite Melons; Winter Melons; Yellow Melons; Yubari Melons

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Oulton, Randal. "Yellow Melons." CooksInfo.com. Published 07 April 2004; revised 29 September 2010. Web. Accessed 04/30/2016. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/yellow-melons>.

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