These medium-sized fruits, with yellow pulp and black seeds, are also called "pineapple" watermelons. Their taste differs from the traditional watermelons through more exotic notes and a juicier pulp.
Native to the state of Arizona, USA, the Tohono O'Odham are the guardians of a particular variety of "yellow pulp" watermelon called "Gepi", which has entered the ark of products known as Slow Food.
These watermelons were the main crop of this population that consumed them for six months a year. Some recipes even suggested making it into a cold soup.

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This variety is capable of constant and high production with fruits weighing around 4-6 kg. The external appearance of the shiny, brightly streaked fruits is excellent. The pulp is yellow, firm, and of excellent flavor.