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pawpaw:

see custard-applecustard-apple,
common name for members of the Annonaceae, a family of shrubs, woody vines, and small trees of the tropics. The custard-apples (Annona squamosa and A.
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, soft-stemmed tree (Carica papaya) of tropical America resembling a palm with a crown of palmately lobed leaves. It is cultivated for its melonlike yellow fruits eaten raw or cooked and, more recently, for the juice which has become a commercial item.
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INGREDIENTS SERVES 4 Thumb-sized knob of fresh ginger, peeled and finely chopped 3-4 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1-2tbsp ghee 1 onion, finely chopped 1-2tsp coriander seeds 1-2tsp cumin seeds 1-2tsp jaggery (cane sugar) Muscovado sugar or honey 2tsp harissa paste 2 medium-sized firm pawpaws (papaya), peeled, seeded and cut into bitesized chunks 600ml coconut milk Bunch of fresh coriander, finely chopped Juice of 1 lime Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper To serve: 1 lime, cut into wedges DIRECTIONS Using a mortar and pestle, pound the ginger and garlic to a paste.
Andrew Moore lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and is the author of Pawpaw: In Search of America's Forgotten Fruit, available at www.Grit.com/Store.
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For the past seven years, I've researched the pawpaw tree and its fruit--from Native American wildcrafting to frontier foodways--and chronicled its revival among wild-fruit enthusiasts, permaculturists, amateur plant breeders, and professional scientists.
This study was, therefore, aimed at evaluating the physicochemical and sensory properties of pawpaw (Carica papaya L.) flavoured yoghurt.
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Besides, various research efforts have taken place all aimed at improving the nutrient quality of maize ogi, among which are fortification of ogi with fermented or unfermented legumes [2, 8, 9], addition of pawpaw slurry at varying levels of substitution [9], and fortification with okra seeds [10].
Other treatment options reported by the subjects were the use of unripe pawpaw water (28 (8.6%)), use of herbal medications (11 (3.4%)), glucose water (7 (2.2%)) and varied combinations (9 (3.1%)).