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Papaya (Pawpaw)

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Papaya and Papaw are the same species, however in Australia, Papaw is used to describe the rounder, yellow fleshed fruit and papaya is used to describe the long red fleshed fruit.

They can be eaten ripe as a fruit or used green as a vegetable in recipes like green papaya salad. Papaya is exceptionally high in Vitamin C and is a common ingredient in beauty products.

Carica Papaya

Ripe papaya has a sweet taste and a delicate musky smell and tastes delicious when fresh lime is squeezed over the cut fruit...

If the fruit is already cut, look for a deep golden yellow, orange or red colour. Make sure there is no more than 1cm of white colouring from the rind in the cut fruit...

Paw Paw tastes fantastic cut into wedges with fresh lime juice squeezed over the top...

Papaya are an excellent source of Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Vitamin C...