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And lastly, there's Just to Clarify, a brightening mask with scrubby bamboo bits and exfoliating papaya juice.
Along the road, stalls sell coconuts, papaya and bananas.
Other than the fruit trees dotting the property — supplying all the banana, papaya, breadfruit, and lychee the Evslins could want — little else has taken root.
A multistate salmonella outbreak tied to Maradol papayas from Mexico is just the latest example of fresh produce - and not the usual suspects, eggs and poultry - contaminated with a potentially lethal strain of the bacteria.
The Maryland Department of Health said three of five papayas bought at a Baltimore grocery store were contaminated with salmonella.
The agency advises people to dispose of Caribeña-brand papayas, which have a red, green and yellow sticker, immediately.
Hayek blended a Papaya Avocado smoothie using one of the very high-powered blenders sitting in front of her, dumping in precut frozen chunks of papaya and avocado with almond milk.
Hard not to love the bright freshness of the green papaya salad, and the spicy curries.
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Origin and Etymology of papaya
First Known Use: 1598See Words from the same year
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Definition of papaya for English Language Learners
: a yellowish-green fruit with black seeds that grows on a tropical tree
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