This is the best and easiest method for How to Cut a Watermelon into perfect rindless sticks or cubes.
Wash and dry the watermelon.
Cut both ends off where the belly button is, to create a flat surface.
Stand the melon upright on one of the flat ends, and run a sharp knife along the inside of the rind, turning the watermelon after each cut to remove all the rind.
Cut the watermelon ball in half, then lay flat on the cutting board.
Cut a grid into the cut half, which will give you sticks. They are ready to be enjoyed!
You can also cut the sticks into cubes, if you prefer that shape instead.
Here are my tips for How to Pick a Good WatermelonStorage: You can safely store watermelon in the fridge for up to 5 days, but it will start to get mealy after a couple days. Store in an airtight container to prevent the watermelon from absorbing off flavors from the fridge.Freezing: You may freeze leftovers, but it's not something you'll want to eat again in a thawed state. I freeze it to blend into a Watermelon Slushie or use it as ice cubes for Summer Drinks.