Money Saving Tips: Deseeding a Watermelon
Many times, seeded watermelons are cheaper than seedless, but if you hate biting into a piece of watermelon and crunching on seeds, try deseeding the melon before cutting it up.
Cut your watermelon in half.
Then cut the melon along the seed lines.
All watermelons have their seed veins in a straight line, so once you find where the veins lie, you just have to cut along the line of seeds and that makes the seeds easy to get out.