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While there’s an enzyme in papaya that does indeed aid in tenderizing meat, I’d warn against using it (or pineapple, which also contains papaicin) in a marinade, as it very quickly turns the meat in question to a dogfoodlike consistency.

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- You offer your enemy a tall, refreshing glass of papaya juice. They aren’t familiar with the taste, and in their confusion they say “AHH! MANGO JUICE!” and are crushed by a falling ship’s mast.

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I may be watching to much PBS but this post reminded me of that kids book Enemy Pie. LOL

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I must concur with h_m. Mango Juice would make for a much more effective weapon.

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You offer your enemy a tall, refreshing glass of papaya juice. They become woefully addicted to the sweet goodness. Unable to find a support group for tropical fruity drinks with no alcohol content, they continue down that tasty spiral until they are no longer a threat.

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