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AnnaS wrote:Odd, because I very rarely eat papaya--almost never. Well, it doesn't grow in Nebraska, so that might be why I don't think to get it.
Gweithgar wrote:There is a company I sometimes order from, NutsOnline.com, that has dried mango and papaya that are "natural", not soaked in sugar syrup. The papaya they sell is especially nice; after soaking it is just like fresh. And because the fruits are dried where they are produced, they are much sweeter and riper than the fruits that have to be shipped.
Katydid wrote:I have to admit I'm a little surprised at the hostility toward the ANDI scores at Whole Foods. It's just an extension of the ORAC scores that have been around for years.
Katydid wrote:I'm like that too. I like fresh papaya and mangos and they're both super nutritious, but the quality here in Michigan is awful. But, I sometime do buy a mix of frozen pineapple, papaya and mango to use in smoothies.
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