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  • Lemon Myrtle

    $12.50

    This is a combination of flavours, lemon, lime, lemon grass. This bush tucker herb has it all! A handy one to have in your panty and sprinkle on any dish to add a “lemon” zing.

    Lemon Myrtle is found in the Australian rainforest, the aroma of this herb conjures up images of lush green forests and cool mountain glades. With a hint of citrus Lemon Myrtle complements many meals. It is the true essence of Australia.

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  • Mountain Pepper

    $20.00

    The Tasmanian Mountain Pepper tree (Tasmannia lanceolata) is an endemic shrub/tree to Tasmania, Australia.

    It can be found growing anywhere from sea level to alpine regions. As such, it tolerates frosts and requires moist soil. It also grows in full or partial sun.

    Male and female trees are needed to produce the hot spicy glossy deep-purple (almost black) pea-sized Pepper Berries which grow in clusters at the base of new season’s growth.

    Both the Berry and the leaf are edible – the Berry being an alternative to traditional pepper but much more versatile, nutritious and extremely high in anti-oxidants, while the leaf is used similarly to curry leaf.

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  • Mountain Pepper 30 gram

    $12.50

    The Tasmanian Mountain Pepper tree (Tasmannia lanceolata) is an endemic shrub/tree to Tasmania, Australia.

    It can be found growing anywhere from sea level to alpine regions. As such, it tolerates frosts and requires moist soil. It also grows in full or partial sun.

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  • Muntries

    $14.99
    Muntries (aka. Dried Muntries) are a berry that are indigenous to the southern coast of Australia. The Muntrie Berry is one of Australia's oldest bushfoods. They are high in antioxidants and can be eaten fresh or used in your favourite pies, sweets, desserts, jams or salads. The fruit has a sweet spicy apple flavour. Great in any baked goods or for making sauces
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  • Native Rainforest Tamarind

    $12.50
    Rainforest Tamarind trees grown in the rainforest in far north Queensland.  Beautiful to look at and a surprise to taste, nothing like their strong-flavoured "tamarind" cousins, much milder and easy on the palate. A rich orange colour, this really lights up any cheese platter, great with a tangy brie. A slightly tangy flavour with a mild "orangie" flavour, what can I say, this is worth a try.
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  • OutBack Bush Curry

    $12.50
    Aromatic, & spicy... Wattleseed from S.A., Mountain Pepperleaf, TAS. and Aniseed Myrtle, NSW plus a blend of exotic Eastern spices.  Gluten Free, no nasties, the perfect curry to have on hand.
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  • Outback Chef Cook Book

    $30.00
    Learn more about Australian native food, where its from, the spiritual significance that is has to the indigenous people of Australia, full of information and easy-to-follow recipes incorporating native food into everyday cooking.  The Outback Chef cookbook by Jude Mayall.
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  • Pepperberries

    $25.00
    Wild harvested native Pepperberries are so delicious you will wonder how you managed without them. Hot and spicy with a chilli-like flavour these pepperberries are a lot of flavour to any meal. You can also mix with your regular black pepperberries if you want to soften the flavour a little. We grow our own trees and we know what we sell, and we do it using totally organic methods – no chemicals whatsoever, and no forest destruction.
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  • Pepperberries

    $13.50
    Wild harvested native Pepperberries are so delicious you will wonder how you managed without them. Hot and spicy with a chilli-like flavour these pepperberries are a lot of flavour to any meal. You can also mix with your regular black pepperberries if you want to soften the flavour a little.
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