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Judith starts with ...
Can some person please tell me when to pick my paw paws. They are starting to turn yellow, about a hand span of yellow. I don't want the parrots to get the fruit. Or can I cover the fruit until the time.
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20th September 2008 10:24am
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Leona says...
I would pick them soon because if they drop, they can split open and make a huge mess. I believe that some cultures cook with them when they are green.
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22nd September 2008 9:15pm
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Mark says...
We pick them once they get a hint of yellow and then leave them in the pantry to ripen wrapped loosely in some newspaper. A few days later they go fully yellow and it doesn't seem to affect the flavour at all. As a result we virtually never lose a pawpaw.
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