By Lynnie Stein / October 12, 2018

Taste it with some good quality Papaya

Delicious and Loaded With Nutrients. Papaya is the fruit of the Carica papaya plant.

Sauerkraut + fermented salad + kombucha + medicine + no waste – eat the whole fruit πŸ˜

The flesh of mature green papaya makes for pleasing to your taste #sauerkraut

Add carrot, daikon and small amount of spice.

For therapeutic purposes, leave green papaya skin on + add white seeds.

Papaya/ pawpaw black seed will over-power taste … makes a great pepper substitute – dried and add to grinder.

Green papaya skin is reputed to have the same benefits as the leaves.

Fermented salad …. mix a base of grated green pawpaw and carrot.

Massage with salt.

Add chopped; coriander, shallots including the green tops, ginger, turmeric and basil.

Minced lemongrass,🌢and sliced cherry tomatoes (not too ripe).

Add lemon / lime juice.

Make sure mixture is submerged.

Seal airtight.

Leave at room temperature for the fermenting fairies magic.

Taste test at 3 – 5 days.

Refrigerate.

The flavour will continue to evolve.

The leaves can be juiced.

They are bitter, but an amazing health tonic.

Platelet level can go from dangerous low of 8-10 to 300 in 3 weeks.

1 tablespoon 2-3 times per day.

Check with your health professional and do not take if pregnant or wishing to conceive.

A super energizing leaf tea is great alone or in #kombucha brewing.

1 tablespoon dried papaya leaves
1 tablespoon crushed cacao nibs
2 cinnamon sticks
1 tablespoon ground ginger

Mix cinnamon and ginger, boil in water for 10 minutes.

Add the rest of ingredients and steep for another 10.

The sun setting on the Ucayali, with the Andean foothills in the background, and the taste of freshly cut papaya in my mouth, restoring a body utterly shattered, made for one of those ‘ones to tell the grandchildren’ memories.

– Author: Mark Barrowcliffe

Celebrate your occasion with some Papaya.

CURRY NIGHT

  • Probiotic Raitas are simple side dishes served with a few varieties of curry + Quinoa Dosa and the centre piece of a stuffed pawpaw.

For the centre piece – makes a stunning first impression – Papaya Bomb!!!

1.Select a 90% ripe but firm pawpaw or / papaya.

  1. Peel
  2. Cut off the top to remove seeds and connecting tissue Cut a thin slice from the bottom so it will stand up.
  3. Stuff with fave curry filling/s – Dahl, vegetables, quinoa, etc.
  4. Garnish
  5. Bake in a moderate oven for about 45 minutes, basting several times during cooking.
    Surround with roast vegetables and basmati rice.
  • Choose 2-3 Raitas to soothe the palate and provide a cooling contrast to curry.
  • Fermented coconut chutney, kefir, cucumber pickles, bananas,- add a dash of cinnamon, cardamom and cayenne, activated cashews, Fermented Chutneys – mango, papaya or tomato, lemon pickles, carrot relish, salted orange or lime slices.


  • Breakfast aren’t celebrated with something else than Papaya + coconut yoghurt

The rain collapsed our pawpaw tree, loaded with green fruit.

What to do?

Grab a cabbage, shred some turmeric, ginger, Moringa root, carrot and the green fruit.. massage and hug with salt and stuff into a jar.

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