Australian Bush Superfoods


Australia's unique native ingredients boast nutritional and medicinal benefits that cannot be found anywhere else. From the Kakadu plum with its unmatched vitamin C content, to Bunya nuts that contain natural antibacterial properties, knowledge of these superfoods has been passed down in Aboriginal cultures for thousands of years.

This cookbook features Australia’s most interesting and beneficial bush superfoods, with beautiful illustrations and information on where they grow, traditional Indigenous uses, nutritional benefits, and advice on how to use them in your home kitchen. You can then follow an easy plant-based recipe, such as Sweet Potato Toast with Finger Lime Guacamole, or Spiced
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ISBN:

9781741175400

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

192

Dimensions:

21cm x 16cm

RRP:

$29.99

Category:

Lifestyle

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Travel

Published:

01 October 2017

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lily Alice

Melbourne-born Lily Alice grew up in Alice Springs, the heart of Australia, where she went on bush tucker trips with her dad, Toly, and the Anmatyerr ladies from the Utopia community north-east of Alice Springs. They would set out in an earth-smelling, red-dusted troopy and return home with bundles of bush potato (anatye), witchetty grubs (tyarpe) and bush tomato (akayterre). Lily created the botanical illustrations throughout the book.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Thomas O'Quinn

Melbourne-born Lily Alice grew up in Alice Springs, the heart of Australia, where she went on bush tucker trips with her dad, Toly, and the Anmatyerr ladies from the Utopia community north-east of Alice Springs. They would set out in an earth-smelling, red-dusted troopy and return home with bundles of bush potato (anatye), witchetty grubs (tyarpe) and bush tomato (akayterre). Lily created the botanical illustrations throughout the book.