The Anise Myrtle is a native species found in subtropical rain forest of Northern N.S.W. The leaves have a strong liquorice and aniseed flavour that is sweet and cooling on the palate. It is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. It was traditionally used for weight loss and to ease stomach complaints.

 

 

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The Anise Myrtle is a native species found in subtropical rain forest of Northern N.S.W. The leaves have a strong liquorice and aniseed flavour that is sweet and cooling on the palate. It is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. It was traditionally used for weight loss and to ease stomach complaints.

 

 

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Bush Tomatoes have been a staple of the Indigenous desert dwellers of Central Australia for many thousands of years. A rich source of minerals, particularly potassium, they are also high in vitamin C. It is about the size of a small grape and is considered “ripe” when it has dried on the bush and resembles a raisin.

 

 

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Bush Tomatoes have been a staple of the Indigenous desert dwellers of Central Australia for many thousands of years. A rich source of minerals, particularly potassium, they are also high in vitamin C. It is about the size of a small grape and is considered “ripe” when it has dried on the bush and resembles a raisin.

 

 

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Cinnamon Myrtle grows in the subtropical areas of Eastern Australia. The leaves have a pleasant spicy cinnamon-like aroma and flavour and can be used as a spice in various dishes. Originally used by Indigenous Australians for cooking and as a bush medicine, it makes a calming medicinal tea useful for heartburn, colic and the digestive system.

 

 

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Cinnamon Myrtle grows in the subtropical areas of Eastern Australia. The leaves have a pleasant spicy cinnamon-like aroma and flavour and can be used as a spice in various dishes. Originally used by Indigenous Australians for cooking and as a bush medicine, it makes a calming medicinal tea useful for heartburn, colic and the digestive system.

 

 

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This short companion book to the award-winning The Oldest Foods on Earth shows you how to cook with Australian ingredients, where to find them and how to grow them. Organised by ingredient, each chapter includes a brief history, a practical guide, and recipes for you to make in your very own kitchen. It promises to broaden Australians’ culinary horizons in every way.

 

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Native to South Eastern Queensland and Northern N.S.W, Lemon Myrtle is by far the most popular of the Australian native herbs. The Indigenous Australians have used it for centuries as a bush medicine, but also to enhance the flavour of their food. It has an aroma of citrus and strong lemony flavour. Perfect in sweet and savoury dishes.

 

 

 

 

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Native to South Eastern Queensland and Northern N.S.W, Lemon Myrtle is by far the most popular of the Australian native herbs. The Indigenous Australians have used it for centuries as a bush medicine, but also to enhance the flavour of their food. It has an aroma of citrus and strong lemony flavour. Perfect in sweet and savoury dishes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Native Pepper Berries, also known as Mountain Pepper, is grown in the cool rain forests of Tasmania. With up to 4 times more antioxidants than blueberries, it is considered to be an Australian super-food. Indigenous Australians used it for its antiseptic properties & also to flavour their food. On first taste it has an almost fruity flavour, followed up by a sharper, spicy, hot flavour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Native Pepper Berries, also known as Mountain Pepper, is grown in the cool rain forests of Tasmania. With up to 4 times more antioxidants than blueberries, it is considered to be an Australian super-food. Indigenous Australians used it for its antiseptic properties & also to flavour their food. On first taste it has an almost fruity flavour, followed up by a sharper, spicy, hot flavour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Before the colonisation of Australia, Aboriginal Australians lived on a wonderful larder of fresh fruit, vegetables and lean meat, in a land largely free from disease, with more exercise, less stress and supportive communities.

Today, in Aboriginal communities all over Australia, there are higher instances of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, renal disease, some types of cancer and lung diseases than in the general population.

This book is an attempt to preserve bush tucker knowledge for future generations of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to ensure the information is not lost with the passing of Elders.

The authors describe over 260 species of the edible plants and fungi that were regularly gathered by the Noongars of the Bibbulmun Nation of the south-west of Western Australia before and after colonisation. Many of these plants and fungi are difficult to find today because of land clearing for crops and the farming of sheep and cattle. 

 

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Wild harvested and ethically sourced by an Indigenous community in the Northern Territory. The Paperbark is hand cut from the tree into sheet approximately 30cm x 35cm. It was traditionally used by Indigenous Australians to wrap fish and meat to cook over hot coals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Grown in the cool rainforests of Tasmania, Native Pepper Leaf is gathered by hand from the Native Pepper Berry tree. This wild, natural and spicy leaf has a unique native Australian bushland flavour. Indigenous Australians used it for medicinal purposes, cooking and preserving foods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Grown in the cool rainforests of Tasmania, Native Pepper Leaf is gathered by hand from the Native Pepper Berry tree. This wild, natural and spicy leaf has a unique native Australian bushland flavour. Indigenous Australians used it for medicinal purposes, cooking and preserving foods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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