[INFOGRAPHIC] Top 10 Native Australian Foods You Need In Your Kitchen | 1 Million Women

Australian bush foods are rarely seen in shopping baskets or on restaurant menus, but this is starting to change in Australia and around the world. A 1 Million Women special infographic.

Feijoa. One of my most favourite fruits... my grandmothers tree was alway abundant in season. Most kiwis adore these fruit which are a uniquely flavoured type of guava.

(Acca sellowiana) One of my most favourite fruits. my grandmothers tree was alway abundant in season. Most kiwis adore these fruit which are a uniquely flavoured type of guava.

this looks like a Qandong, native Australian bush food. We used to eat the outside part and then dry the hard seed and then rub it on the concrete until it made a hole and then blow across the hole and it became a whistle. The fleshy part is used in cooking, but I always liked it best raw.

[The Quandong, aka Australian Wild Peach] I recognise that not everyone will be able to get their hands on quandongs in order to complete t.

Australian Beach Cherry (Eugenia reinwardtiana) - Tropical Fruiting Plants - Fruits

Australian Beach Cherry (Eugenia reinwardtiana) Delicious to eat and pleasing to look at, the Australian Beach Cherry is a constant producer of bright shiny red cherries and a welcome addition to any gardener’s potted fruit collection.

Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana) The world's richest source of Vitamin C is found in this Northern Territory native fruit. The plum has 50 times the Vitamin C of oranges, and was a major source of food for tribes in the area

Anti aging food vitamin c Kakadu plum Terminalia ferdinandiana The worlds richest source of Vitamin C is found in this Northern Territory native fruit. The plum has 50 times the Vitamin C of oranges, and was a major source of food for tribes in the area

Australian Aboriginal Bush Food

As indigenous Australians allowed the local terrain to dictate their key ingredients, you can consider building dishes around native produce and accom.

Diploglottis australis, known as the Native Tamarind, is a common rainforest tree of eastern Australia.

Diploglottis australis, known as the Native Tamarind, is a common rainforest tree of eastern Australia.

Australian Cherry Bush. Not California native but still yummy. Taste like watermelon.

An Australian Cherry bush in California. The cherries taste like watermelon.

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