Not every gelatin is meant to be completely firm. Halfway between a drink and a dessert, these loose-set watermelon treats include chunks of the fruit. If you like, top them with cubes of rose hip-hibiscus gelee flavored with fresh mint and basil. The bracing results combine seasonality and different textures sure to tempt any palate.
Think of juicing as you would tossing a salad, and mix and match fruits and vegetables. For the blends shown here, follow the equation on each picture. Add the ingredients in the amounts specified, and you'll end up with an eight- to twelve-ounce serving of nature in a glass.
For a dessert you can serve in "fruitful" bowls, fill hollowed-out watermelon halves with slices of papaya, honeydew, and cantaloupe, as well as balls of the watermelon -- all sprinkled with lime zest.