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  • Anise Myrtle

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    Anise Myrtle grows in the sub-tropical rainforest regions of eastern Australia and is related to the lemon myrtle tree. Indigenous Australians traditionally use Anise Myrtle to flavour food and to make a revitalising beverage.

    With a distinct aniseed-licorice flavour, this dried Anise Myrtle leaf from Northern NSW has an essential oil profile comparable to true aniseed. Use it as a Bushfood substitute in any dish that you would normally flavour with Aniseed.

    Anise Myrtle can be used wherever you use Star Anise, Fennel or aniseed liqueur to give a great aniseed-licorice flavour to your recipes and hot drinks.

    Steep 1-2 teaspoons of Anise Myrtle in boiled water for several minutes to create a refreshing herbal tea, add it to you favourite Chai blend in place of Star Anise, or pop a pinch into your favourite hot chocolate recipe.

    Anise Myrtle is a wonderful Bushfood addition to any spice blend – to use in curries and hotpots, or combined with seeds for dipping with crusty bread and oil. Add a little to a stir fry – delicious with chilli and seafood, a perfect accompaniment for pork. Toss vegetables in Anise Myrtle and coconut or olive oil before roasting, or sprinkle over any salad for a tasty aniseed lift. Great in dips, salad dressings and hot sauces.

    Replace aniseed liqueurs in savoury or sweet recipes with Anise Myrtle for a truly delightful alcohol free licorice flavour. Anise Myrtle adds a unique flavour to fresh baked bread, muffins and cookies, and is truly wonderful in rich fruit cakes and steamed winter puddings.

    Ingredients:

    Anise Myrtle (Backhousia anisata), dried and ground.

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  • Australian Black Tea

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    This unblended Australian Black Tea is grown and processed in Far North Queensland without the use of pesticides. This superior quality loose leaf tea has a delightful fresh aroma and traditional full bodied flavour. A wonderful pesticide-free, Australian product containing no added fillers or bulking agents; and free of the food-miles associated with imported teas.

    Deliciously refreshing, enjoy Australian Black Tea as a hot or cold beverage; or in the kitchen as a unique flavour boost to sweet and savoury recipes.

    Brew a traditional pot of this pesticide-free Australian Black Tea and enjoy with honey and a slice of lemon, or with milk to taste. Combine Australian Black Tea with your selection of spice to create a warming chai – try cardamom, star anise and cinnamon, or for a Bush Tucker blend try a little Lemon or Anise Myrtle in the pot or infuser. Make refreshing iced tea with lots of sliced lemon and lime, or squeeze in pearls of finger lime – irresistible.

    Infused Australian Black Tea is an exciting addition to homemade ice-cream, gelato and puddings; or can add a subtle layer of flavour when smoking fish and meats.

    Ingredients:

    Australian Black Tea, Pesticide Free.

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  • Bushfood Muesli

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    This Bushfood Muesli has a delightful Australian flavour – introducing the bright citrus zing of lemon myrtle with warm aromatic cinnamon myrtle. Tangy goji berries and dried apricot are combined with creamy seeds and oats. This wonderful muesli is great served hot or cold, and makes a great base for baked and raw goodies.

    How to Use:

    There are so many ways to enjoy this mouth-watering Bushfood Muesli. Simply add your favourite milk and eat as is, or soak overnight in juice or milk to create wonderful Bircher muesli with an Australian twist.

    Gently cook with milk or water for warming winter porridge with zing.

    Sprinkle over yoghurt and fresh fruit, acai bowls or chia pudding for a delicious snack any time. Great in smoothies, too.

    Create delicious cookies and muffins with Bushfood Muesli.  Also a great base for muesli bars or superfood balls and slices.

    For recipe ideas click here.

    Ingredients:

    Oats, Organic Lemon Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle, Goji Berries, Linseed, Pepitas, Chia Seeds, Quinoa, Sunflower Seeds, Dried Apricots.

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  • Herbal Billy Lemon Myrtle Tea

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    Herbal Billy Lemon Myrtle Tea is a wonderful blend of traditional full bodied black tea with zesty, aromatic lemon myrtle. The loose leaf Australian Black Tea in this mix is grown and processed in Far North Queensland without the use of pesticides; containing no added fillers or bulking agents. Grown in the subtropical region of Northern NSW, the Organic Lemon Myrtle has a strong ‘citrus’ aroma and deep lemon/lime flavour.

    Lemon Myrtle is a Bushfood that has been utilised by Indigenous Australians, as both a cooking ingredient and a medicinal plant, for thousands of years.

    Enjoy this deliciously refreshing Herbal Billy Lemon Myrtle Tea as a hot or cold beverage; or in the kitchen as a unique flavour boost to sweet and savoury recipes.

    Pop the billy on the camp fire or brew a pot of this Herbal Billy Lemon Myrtle Tea and enjoy with a spoon of honey, or with milk to taste. To create a warming Chai with a Bush Tucker twist combine with your selection of spice – try cardamom, cinnamon and star anise, or another Bushfood favourite – Anise Myrtle.

    Make a refreshing Summertime iced tea with chilled Herbal Billy Lemon Myrtle Tea and lots of sliced lime, or squeeze in pearls of fresh finger lime – irresistible.

    Infused Herbal Billy Lemon Myrtle Tea is an exciting addition to homemade ice-cream, gelato and puddings; or can add a subtle layer of flavour when smoking fish and meats.

    Ingredients:

    Pesticide-free Australian Black Tea, Organic Lemon Myrtle.

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  • Herbal Billy Native Mint Tea

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    Herbal Billy Native Mint Tea is a wonderful blend of traditional full bodied black tea with refreshing, aromatic Native Mint. The loose leaf Australian Black Tea in this mix is grown and processed in Far North Queensland without the use of pesticides; containing no added fillers or bulking agents. The Native Mint in this blend is wild-harvested in Victoria and has a strong minty flavour and fragrance.

    Wild Mint is a Bushfood that grows in most regions of Australia. Its many varieties have been used for thousands of years by Indigenous Australians as a food source and as an insect repellent and medicinal plant.

    Deliciously refreshing, enjoy Herbal Billy Native Mint Tea as a hot or cold beverage; or in the kitchen as a unique flavour boost to sweet and savoury recipes.

    Pop the billy on the camp fire, or brew a pot of this vibrant Herbal Billy Native Mint Tea and enjoy with a spoonful of honey or coconut nectar, or with milk to taste. Use it as a base to create your own delicious blend, try lemongrass or Bushfood favourite – Lemon Myrtle.

    Make a refreshing Summertime iced tea with chilled Herbal Billy Native Mint Tea and lots of sliced lemon & lime, or squeeze in pearls of fresh finger lime – irresistible. For an extra treat, add fresh strawberries or slices of luscious summer peaches.

    Infused Herbal Billy Native Mint Tea is an exciting addition to homemade ice-cream, gelato and puddings; or can add a subtle layer of flavour when smoking or baking fish and meats.

    Ingredients:

    Pesticide-free Australian Black Tea, Native Mint.

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  • Lemon Myrtle

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    Lemon Myrtle is a Bushfood that has been utilised by Indigenous Australians, as both a cooking ingredient and a medicinal plant, for thousands of years.

    Grown in the subtropical region of Northern NSW, this dried Lemon Myrtle leaf is a free flowing herb that can be used as a substitute for lemon, lime or lemon grass. The crushed leaves have a strong “lemon” aroma and impart a deep lemon/lime flavour that is wonderfully refreshing in hot or cold drinks and can be used in sweet or savoury recipes.

    How to Use:

    Dried Lemon Myrtle leaf is widely used in an array of sweet and savoury foods and beverages, prized for its deep lemon flavour and scent.  The concentrated tangy citrus flavour of dried Lemon Myrtle is fabulous infused in tea – served hot or iced.  Delicious on its own, or combined with your favourite herbal teas – try with spearmint leaf as a refreshing blend. Lemon Myrtle is also an excellent addition to homemade cordials. Add a zesty lemon tang to any salad dressing, curry, stir fry or soup. Combine dried Lemon Myrtle with seeds and spices for a scrumptious dipping mix served with olive oil and crusty bread; a marinade or dry rub for meats or fish; or a topping over salads and steamed veggies. Sprinkle a little Lemon Myrtle over fresh seafood before cooking; try with whole baked fish, bbq scallops or steamed mussels. Lemon Myrtle can also be used with dairy to impart a citrus flavour, without the risk of curdling from the citric acid in lemons or limes.  Fantastic in fresh bread and baked goods, try adding just a teaspoon of Lemon Myrtle to your next batch of cookies or shortbread, or to muesli and raw food bars.

    Ingredients:

    Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) leaf, dried.

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  • Lemon Scented Tea Tree with Murray River Salt

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    Lemon Scented Teatree has traditionally been harvested and utilised by Indigenous Australians as a flavouring for food, and as a medicinal plant, for thousands of years.

    The Lemon Scented Teatree in this blend comes from a small Victorian plantation where the leaves are wild-harvested and carefully air dried. It has a subtle lemon flavour. Murray River Pink Salt is produced from ancient saline waters sourced from underground aquifers found in Australia’s Murray Darling Basin region. The naturally occurring minerals found in the ancient saline waters produce a uniquely pink hued salt. Murray River salt has a delicate texture and flavour. The subtle flavour of Lemon Scented Teatree combines wonderfully with the gentle savoury taste of Murray River Pink Salt – which isn’t as salty as many other varieties. The superior flavour and texture of this product make it a favourite to enhance any dish, adding a unique Australian Bushfood twist.

    Lemon Scented Teatree with Murray River Salt contains no anti caking agents or artificial additives.

    Lemon Scented Teatree with Murray River Salt can be used anytime salt is normally called for. The subtle savoury flavour with a hint of lemon teatree compliments any savoury recipe; enhancing the flavour of seafood and meat dishes, fresh salads and cooked veggies.

    Fantastic for marinades and dressings, in soups and hotpots, or sprinkled over any savoury dish before serving. Serve it with olive oil and fresh pita; with your favourite dips and antipasto; or add it to your next home-made bread or cheese & herb muffins. You can even enjoy a pinch in smoothies or porridge. Lemon Scented Teatree with Murray River Salt is a delicious Bush Tucker condiment that can be enjoyed every day.

    Ingredients:

    Lemon Scented Teatree, Murray River Pink Salt flakes.

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  • Mixed Native Bush Spice

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    This Mixed Native Bush Blend of Mountain Pepper and Lemon Myrtle with sea salt and black pepper is a flavour sensation that is the perfect accompaniment to all your savoury dishes.

    The bush foods in this blend have been harvested and utilised by Indigenous Australians for thousands of years, and are now being discovered by cooks all over the world.

    The Mountain Pepper in this Bush Tucker mix is wild-harvested and grown without pesticides in Tasmania. The Lemon Myrtle is grown Organically in the subtropical regions of Northern NSW. Pepperleaf has an aromatic, wild spicy flavour while Pepperberry has even more spice and heat. It combines deliciously with Lemon Myrtle, which has a strong citrus aroma and imparts a deep lemon-lime flavour.

    These bush foods create a spicy ‘lemon pepper’ salt with tang, free of artificial additives, that can be used to add flavour to any savoury recipe.

    Enjoy this Mixed Native Bush Blend of Mountain Pepper and Lemon Myrtle combined with sea salt and black pepper anytime you want to add a lift to recipes.

    Especially scrumptious with seafood and chicken, perhaps with a little fresh chilli, or simply sprinkled over steamed vegetables. Fantastic for marinades and dressings, in soups and hotpots, or over any savoury dish before serving. Serve it as an accompaniment with your favourite dips and antipasto; or add it to your next home-made bread or cheese muffins. The spicy pepper and ‘citrus’ tang in this Mixed Native Bush Blend makes it a delicious Bush Tucker condiment that can be enjoyed every day.

    Ingredients:

    Mountain Pepperberry and Pepperleaf, Organic Lemon myrtle, Australian Sea Salt, Black Pepper.

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  • Mountain Pepperleaf

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    Mountain (or Tasmanian) Pepperleaf is native to the woodlands and cool temperate climate of south-east Australia. Indigenous people have used it as a flavour for food and as a bush medicine for generations.

    This ground Pepperleaf is wild-harvested in Tasmania, where it grows pesticide free. Pepperleaf has an aromatic, wild spicy flavour and can be used to replace ground pepper in any recipe or as a delicious Bush Tucker condiment.

    Dried, ground Mountain Pepperleaf is a wonderful spicy Australian Bushfood plant that can be used every day, in every way, to replace the conventionally used vine peppercorns.

    Add Mountain Pepperleaf to salad dressings, seasoning mixes and marinades. Substitute this native ground pepperleaf anywhere that ground or cracked black or white pepper is called for. Even add a pinch to your next Chai pot for a warming lift.

    Ingredients:

    Pepperleaf (Tasmannia lanceolata), ground.

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  • Old Man Saltbush – Leaves

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    Old Man Saltbush, also known as Bluegreen or Giant Saltbush is a versatile plant and great Bush Food. Adapted to arid conditions with saline soils, Saltbush is native to most parts of Australia. The United Nations Carbon Emission Trading Scheme has identified Old Man Saltbush as assisting with the reduction of greenhouse warming.

    Indigenous Australians have traditionally utilised the seeds and leaves of Saltbush, which are collected and ground and used in damper and to flavour foods. The leaves were also sometimes eaten fresh, or added to meat as it cooked.

    This dried and ground Old Man Saltbush leaf has been wild-harvested in South Australia, where it grows pesticide-free. It has a soft, salty flavour – slightly earthy – and can be used as a direct substitute for salt as a seasoning or condiment.

    The gentle savoury flavour of ground Old Man Saltbush, salty and earthy, adds a wonderful flavour to fish, meat and vegetable dishes.

    Use it as a substitute for rock or sea salt in soups and hotpots, combine with herbs or chilli to coat meat and seafood before cooking, or add to any marinade to truly bring the flavours out. Sprinkle a little over vegies before roasting or on salads before the final toss. This Bush Tucker spice is perfect for the BBQ, sprinkle while cooking or use at the table ‘to taste’. Lovely in home-made bread, too.  You can replace any salt, in any recipe, or as a daily table salt with this delicious Australian Bush Tucker hero.

    The gentle savoury flavour of ground Old Man Saltbush, salty and earthy, adds a wonderful flavour to fish, meat and vegetable dishes.

    Use it as a substitute for rock or sea salt in soups and hotpots, combine with herbs or chilli to coat meat and seafood before cooking, or add to any marinade to truly bring the flavours out. Sprinkle a little over vegies before roasting or on salads before the final toss. This Bush Tucker spice is perfect for the BBQ, sprinkle while cooking or use at the table ‘to taste’. Lovely in home-made bread, too.

    For recipe ideas click here.

    Ingredients:

    Old Man Salt Bush (Atriplex nummularia), leaves, dried and ground.

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  • Outback Bush Curry

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    Outback Bush Curry is a robust ‘round the campfire’ curry, full flavoured with just a hint of heat. The traditional flavours of curry are enriched with an aromatic trio of Bush Tucker spices: Wattle Seed, Anise Myrtle and Mountain Pepper.

    Indigenous Australians have harvested these local plants for thousands of years, utilising them as a source of both food and medicine.

    Native Anise Myrtle has a deep true aniseed flavour; wild-harvested Mountain Pepper Leaf brings a wild, spicy tang, while the subtle coffee-chocolate taste of roasted Wattle Seed completes this delicious, rich spice blend.

    This unique Outback Bush Curry adds life and zest, and a touch of spice, to any dish.

    Perfect with seafood – make a paste to brush on barbequing prawns and whole fish; or add to a bouillabaisse or chowder, paella, or steaming Mussels in a thick tomato sauce. Add a few teaspoons to sautéing meat or vegetables for an instant rich flavour boost, or create a quick and easy marinade, for meat or tofu, that brings the Australian bush to the plate. Outback Bush Curry is a great Aussie inspired spice mix for soups, hotpots, lentil burgers, fish patties, Bushfood dressings and egg or rice salads – let your taste buds and imagination run free.

    For best results gently dry-roast this Outback Bush Curry blend over a low heat, constantly moving, until aromas are released.

    Ingredients:

    Garam Masala, Salt, Smoked Paprika, Cumin, Turmeric, Cinnamon, Ground Cardamom, Wattle Seed, Anise Myrtle, Mountain Pepper Leaf.

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  • Sandalwood Superfood Blend

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    A delectable superfood blend, starring native pesticide-free Sandalwood nuts from Western Australia. These dry roasted Sandalwood nuts have a unique and subtle flavour, slightly sweet, with a soft texture that combines beautifully with tangy Goji berries and creamy seeds. Enjoy this healthy mix with breakfast, as a convenient snack, or in all your favourite baked goods and superfood bars.

    How to Use:

    This Sandalwood Superfood Blend is a sensational way to start the day. Great with any cereal, muesli or porridge; on acai bowls or chia puddings; or in smoothies.

    Enjoy this mouth-watering blend on its own anytime you want a quick snack, or combine with other nuts, dried fruit and chocolate buttons for an irresistible Hiker’s mix.

    Sandalwood Superfood Blend is a scrumptious addition to muffins, fruit bread and biscuits, or in energy balls and muesli bars.

    These unique Bush tucker Sandalwood nuts, with Gojis and seeds, are delicious with savoury dishes too. Sprinkle over curries or steamed greens, or add a new twist to salads – great with bitter leaves or coleslaw.

    Ingredients:

    Sandalwood Nuts (dry roasted), Goji Berries, Sunflower seeds, Linseeds, Pumpkin seeds.

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