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Take your vitamin C in the form of this luscious tropical fruit and you'll replenish potassium and vitamin A, as well. There's a good amount of fibre, too.
Pawpaw leaves and fruit contain papain, an enzyme which breaks down some of the fibres in meat, thus acting as a tenderiser. This is the reason many Pacific Islanders wrap their meat in pawpaw leaves for cooking.