The book is divided into three chapters covering plants, animals and some recipes to get you started using bush tukka at home. Learn how to find billygoat plums and mountain bush pepper in the wild; discover the reasons Aboriginal people ate magpie geese and honey ants; and test out the delicious flavours of bush tukka recipes like bunya nut pesto, lemon myrtle slow-cooked kangaroo or caramelised cluster figs with ice-cream.
Written by Dale Chapman
Owner/Founder of My Dilly Bag (world renowned indigenous bush tucker chef)
Dale Quotes - "The world is definitely ready for the unique and nutritious qualities of our indigenous seeds, spices, leaves and meats. I believe integrating bush tucker into the home kitchen is as simple as ensuring that the home cook is confident in substituting and enhancing family favourite recipes with these unique ingredients".
This clever little cookbook is th result of many years of requests and hastily scribbled recipes for my loyal followers.......
The rationale for this style of cookbook is simple. There was no intention to create glossy expensive coffee table book that looks great, is read once and gathers dust. This is a straight forward collection of tried and true family recipes that will teach you how to absorb authentic traditional Aboriginal flavours into your cooking . They are recipes from my heart....... cheers Dale
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