Ice Plant | Warndu Australian Bush Tucker © Warndu Pty Ltd. Photographs by Luisa Brimble.
Greens

The sweet and salty Ice Plant

Ice plant is just one of the many greens harvested from South Australia's Coorong. Its common name comes from the very obvious icicle-looking drop...

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Pipis | Warndu | Photo by Free Falling Fibers
Seafood

Sustainable seafood Pipis

Pipis are a kind of cockle, and are also known as Coorong cockles. They're hand-harvested, mainly from the NSW-Queensland border right down to the ...

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Youlk | Warndu | Photo by Tucker Bush
Root

Youlk - The crunchy potato

The roots of this plant look like a potato and taste like a nashi pear and a radish crossed with kohlrabi and potato. It stays crunchy even after c...

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Native Curry Bush | Warndu | Photo by Murray Fagg, near Armidale, NSW
Spice

Our own Native Curry Bush

We first discovered this while we were out foraging with Damien’s uncle, Noel. It looks like a pretty unassuming, low shrubby bush but when you pic...

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Native Cherry | Warndu | Photo by John Tann
Fruit

The elusive Native Cherry

These are amazing tiny astringent pops of tartness, so not really like the cherries you would be used to. Plus, they take a lot of time and effort...

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White Aspen | Warndu | Photo by Josie Withers
Fruit

White Aspen bushfood fruits

White Aspen (also called Yellow Wood or Pigeon Berry) is a rainforest tree producing edible bushfood fruits with a strong citrus flavour and honey ...

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Boab Fruit | Warndu | Photo copyright credits of Andrew Fielke, Brolly Books & Tony Lewis from ‘Australia’s Creative Native Cuisine’.
Fruit

Sprinkle a little Boab Fruit

An iconic tree throughout the Northern Territory. Boabs (Larrkardiy) produce large fruits around 10 cm in diameter. The inside has a chalky nut th...

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Bloodroot | Warndu | Photo by Barb Dobson 2007
Vegetable

Striking red Bloodroot

Like a curry that keeps on giving. This striking red root (which looks a lot like a fennel bulb) is absolutely amazing. Anything you cook with it w...

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Warrigal Greens | Warndu Australian Bush Tucker © Warndu Pty Ltd. Photographs by Luisa Brimble.
Greens

Get your (Warrigal) Greens

Also known as Native Spinach, New Zealand Spinach or Botany Bay Greens, this is one of the most common edible native plants. The leaves must be bla...

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