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Bush Tucker An Insiders Guide sBushfood- refers to any foodnative to Australia that is hunted, gathe red and grown by Australia's native Aboriginal people. Also known as #go by camper Simple Bush Tucker Recipes for your Camper = Where to Sample Dush Tucker Famous Bush Tucker Queensland Walkabout Cultural Adventures - Sample bush tucker from the wild grocery shelves of the Daintree Rainforest. Also try your hand at spear throwing with local Aboriginal guide, Juan Walker Macadamia Nuts Highly prized nut, especially delicious when roasted Traditional Lemon Myrtle Tea Northern Temtory Kakadu Cultural Tours - Discover hidden Kakadu. Leam about hunting, food gathering and bush tucker preparation Crush a leaf from the Lemon Myrtle tree and place in a cup with boiling water Lemon Myrtle Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours - Local Aboriginal community guides teach you how to find and eat bush food as well as source bush medicine A spice often used in the preparation of fish or as a tea RT Tours Australia - Alice Springs Food safari with Master Chef, Bob (Penunka) Taylor. He uses authentic Bush Tucker in his delicious dishes Pan-fried Witchetty Grubs Place grubs in a pan with butter and garlic. Fry until skin is crispy. Tastes like a nutty, fried egg Western Australia Wild Passion frut Koomal Dreaming - Experience the traditional preparation of medicine and food of the Wardandi and Bibbulman people in the Margaret River region. Josh Whiteland is an expert in traditional fire lighting and ancient tool making Orange when ripe, with spicy seeds Uputya Aboriginal Adventures - Guide, Neville Poelina, takes you on a journey of discovery through the Kimberley region and demonstrates how the Aboriginal people used the bush for food and Native Basil, Macadamia & Garlic Buschetta medicine Witchetty Grub The larvae of the cossid moth. Has a nutty flavour Brush bread with garlic and macadamia oil. Toast over open fire. Once crusty, top with chopped tomato, grated macadamia nut and native Basil leaves ABORIGINAL No Boundaries AUSTRALIA Brrtz Riberry funienriching diverse Taste like cloves. Often used in jam, sauces and syrups View all of our participating partners ON SOME OF AUSTRALIA'S BEST ABORIGINAL TOURISM SAVE 25% EXPERIENCES WHEN YOU TRAVEL WITH BRITZ


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The traditional food of the ancient Australian Aboriginal culture is affectionately called ‘Bush Tucker’ or ‘Bushfood’. For the indigenous Australians, bush tucker was not just a source of sus...


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