Rockmelon is available for much of the year but its season is from early summer into autumn. Rockmelon is a netted or musk melon, with a raised netted pattern on the skin and smooth, sweet, richly scented flesh, in Australia and America, it is often, incorrectly called a cantaloupe. A perfect melon needs little more than to be sliced and served with a teaspoon for scooping, or in wedges to be eaten out of hand. Melons are one of those fruits that are technically a vegetable, related to other vine crops such as pumpkin, gourd and cucumbers. To Store: Rockmelons are fairly perishable so eat them soon after you've bought them. Store for 1-2 days at cool room temperature, or for two days in fridge.
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