|Paw paw. Asimina
triloba L. Dunal. has long been used as food among First
People. Exciting work by Jerry McLaughlin at Purdue University may yield a
potent anti-cancer chemical from the leaves and stems of the plant. (More)
If the fruit is picked unripe, seal in a paper grocery bag, place in a cool area and check every few days.
|Native American Food uses: Cherokee and Iroquois ate the fruit. Fruit may be smashed and dried into small cakes for winter use... See salmon berry|
|Large seed of paw paw. Substantial foodstuff, sweet custard like texture.|