Aren't seedless watermelons really just immature melons which happen to turn red inside while still immature? After all, they must develop seeds sometime, or how would they reproduce?
When I was a kid that's all we had were seeded and I always loved watermelon but couldn't stand the seeds.
Half the time I'd be spitting out half the watermelon with the seeds so it wasn't as enjoyable.
I was jumping for joy when I discovered seedless.
If the watermelon is a good one, the sweetness to me is the same not to mention, I can eat it until I turn green without having to waste almost the whole thing.
Yah, it's the same with all fresh produce. It depends on the size, ripeness, brand - of course. Also organic can taste different. If use soap on it- duh. Anyways no two fruit taste exactly alike- in my opinion :)