Ten Australian native superfoods

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Pigface | Australian Bush Tucker Food Edible Plants -- A ground running creeper with fleshy leaves and little purple flowers or purple fruit. Can be eaten raw or boiled and eaten as greens. You can apply the juice to sandfly bites or make a poultice of crushed leaves to apply to burns and scalds. The Ngaruk willum people of Port Phillip Bay Victoria used it as a balm to minimise pain. Aborigine Permaculture

Pigface | Australian Bush Tucker Food Edible Plants -- A ground running creeper with fleshy leaves and little purple flowers or purple fruit. Can be eaten raw or boiled and eaten as greens. You can apply the juice to sandfly bites or make a poultice of crushed leaves to apply to burns and scalds. The Ngaruk willum people of Port Phillip Bay Victoria used it as a balm to minimise pain. Aborigine Permaculture

Halcyon House Opens its Doors in Cabarita NSW #travel #style #nsw #holiday #luxury #travel #halcyon

Halcyon House Opens its Doors in Cabarita NSW #travel #style #nsw #holiday #luxury #travel #halcyon

Isn't it interesting that the solar symbol for aboriginals is a large circle with 8 small circles around it? That is quite an accomplishment considering most ancient civilizations didn't know about Neptune (and of course Pluto was a planet and then wasn't)

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Isn't it interesting that the solar symbol for aboriginals is a large circle with 8 small circles around it? That is quite an accomplishment considering most ancient civilizations didn't know about Neptune (and of course Pluto was a planet and then wasn't)

Listens to Aboriginal stories and songs and views Aboriginal artworks and dance. My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip

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