Warndu Mai Pantry Pack
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Once you start reading Warndu Mai, you will want to start experimenting with Australian Native Ingredients. There are so many amazing ones to choose from so we made it easy for you by putting together a pantry pack with some of our faves. The pack includes:
Warndu Mai Cookbook - a signed copy worth $45.00 - 80 recipes, fully illustrated and includes a native food index.
Lemon Myrtle - dried 50g RRP $15.00
Strawberry Gum - dried and freshly ground 50g RRP $15.00
Wattleseed - freshly roasted and ground 50g RRP $15.00
Pepperberry - whole and ground 50g RRP $18.00 (this replaced Native Lemon Grass - dried 50g RRP $15.00 which is out of stock).
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Our products are all made in Australia from 100% locally sourced, seasonal and wild harvested produce.
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◦ $2.20 for light non bulky items like tea or a spice
◦ $12 for a book
◦ Up to $25 for a larger order
◎ Due to our hand blending and keeping products as fresh as possible, items may take 7-10 days to prepare, and then send from the Clare Valley. There has been delays due to boarder closures.
◎ Orders for Christmas 2020 will need to be placed before 10th December 2020
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I bought the Warndu Mai Pantry Pack as a birthday present for my friend. She loved it.
The book is beautifully presented and is full of interesting recipes and information about indigenous ingredients.
Rebecca was very helpful with my order. Always a bonus to deal with lovely people.
Beautiful images and interesting recipes. There are many pages featuring all the indigenous edibles so it is part glossary part cookbook. You wouldn’t be expected to have all the ingredients so you can easily substitute and experiment. The recipes are starting points in my learning about native ingredients and how to use them. So far I have made Wattle seed damper, which is delicious toasted with soup or cheese. I had some Strawberry Gum tea too. Look forward to trying more and eventually growing some of my own natives!
Warndu Mai Pantry Pack
I love my new Warndu Mai cookbook and dried herbs. The recipes are so inspiring and different I can’t wait to make them all! I also love the extra information on Australian native foods and history.