What to do with papaya seeds? well!!!!!!!!!!!
I take it you're not in a tropic zone? First dry them. Plant them in cups with dirt and later transfer them to taller/deeper containers. They love compost and come male and female. Keep several growing until they bloom, then you can eliminate most of the male plants. They don't like wet feet or too small of a pot, better if grown in the ground on an incline. Ripe fruit in about 13 months if all goes well. Very sensitive skin on stalks. Leaves can be used to tenderize steaks. Why?
someone said you can use them in salads!!!!!!! how ? so I wondered if you could use them in bread!
ps were in the UK and its cold at the mo!
I didnt think they were for human consumption?
Papaya Bruschetta from allrecipes.com
We've made this several times and it's yummy. It's not my recipe so I provided the source above. To stay on topic, I'm eating a whole wheat cinnamon roll baked this morning from Reinhart's whole wheat book.
Sounds good, just off to the supermarket to buy another papaya and I supose i'll have to make a baguett, well it would be cheating to buy one!
I also read they have a natural enzyme to whiten teeth. Quite a fruit.