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Before papaya seeds are dried, rinse them clean of all fruit and fruit residue. Once the seeds are clean, set them in the sun to dry, preferably in low humidity. Stir the seeds occasionally to expose moisture and ensure ... More »

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Plant seeds from a papaya fruit or store-bought seeds in a soil that is rich in nutrients. If you are growing papaya indoors, transplant the seedlings to a large container, and place them in full sunlight. Cull the weake... More »

Yes, papaya seeds have healthy benefits and are edible. However, they have a slightly peppery and bitter flavor that not everyone enjoys. More »

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To cut a papaya, slice the fruit in half and scoop out the seeds. Remove the skin from the papaya halves and cut the chunks into the desired size. More »

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The edible parts of a papaya are the flesh and the seeds. The flesh has a sweet taste, but the seeds are bitter in flavor. More »

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Grapes, apples, berries, pineapple, papaya, mango, apricots, cantaloupe and citrus fruits are the best fruit choices for a type 2 diabetic, according to Everyday Health. The high antioxidant levels of these fruits provid... More »

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Some fruit that contain protease enzymes include pineapple, papaya, kiwi and figs. Proteases belong to a class of enzymes that break down protein. These enzymes are found throughout the plant and animal kingdom. In anima... More »

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