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  • Barilla Quick View
    • Barilla Quick View
    • Barilla
    • Also known as Bower Spinach, Barilla is related to Warrigal Greens but has a more petite form and a fresh delicate flavour profile. Our Barilla is cultivated in growing boxes of composed seaweed. The raised production beds of this fleshy, trailing plant are protected in the summer by shade houses and during winter by hot houses. This sustainable year round…
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  • Coorong Crystal Iceplant Quick View
    • Coorong Crystal Iceplant Quick View
    • Coorong Crystal Iceplant
    • The prettiest native in town with its dewy, crystal stem. This green succulent annual ground cover has huge succulent leaves in Spring, with glistening bubbles that are a salty surprise on the underside of the leaves and stems. In Summer, the leaves turn to a small grey form with attractive pink flower buds and white flowers. These flower buds are…
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  • Coorong Seablite Quick View
    • Coorong Seablite Quick View
    • Coorong Seablite
    • This coastal plant is related to Samphire and a relative of this plant is widely used throughout Europe as a sea vegetable. Seablite naturally grows in salty mudflats and saline estuaries. This green fern-like succulent perennial shrub has often rich red stems and during autumn, red foliage. Our Seablite is cultivated in growing boxes of composed sea weed. This sustainable…
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  • Karkalla Quick View
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    • Karkalla
    • Beach banana, pigface – whatever you call it, this native succulent adds a welcome salty hit and juicy crunch to fish dishes, soup and salads. This juicy, sausage shaped leaf, harvested on a trailing stem, is great in soups and pickles. You can even get a little bit fancy and add to a stir fry at the end of cooking…
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  • Lemon Myrtle Quick View
    • Lemon Myrtle Quick View
    • Lemon Myrtle
    • The leaves of the Lemon Myrtle tree were used by native Australians in providing hydration and nutrients through sucking on the leaf or crushing it into a paste. Lemon Myrtle leaves have a fresh, lemon like taste and aroma with menthol essence that is both sweet and refreshing. In cooking the leaves should be used sparingly as they are incredibly…
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  • Native Fruits Quick View
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    • Native Fruits
    • Native Australian Fruits are some of the most decadent fruits in market. Whilst they are seasonal, and hard to get your hands on, they're well worth the wait if you’re looking for fruits that have stunning visual impact and a powerful hit of flavour (and nutrition). As well as the favourites like Finger Limes, the Davidson Plum, Quandongs and the…
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  • Native Thyme Quick View
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    • Native Thyme
    • An intense thyme for use in savoury dishes.  When used in dishes featuring chicken, turkey, pork or lamb, a small amount makes a big difference. COMPLEMENTS Chicken Turkey Pork Lamb USES Herbal tea Seasoning
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  • River Mint Quick View
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    • River Mint
    • Rivermint is a subtle Australian native herb with the taste and aroma of spearmint. This minty herb suits both savory or sweet dishes and can be used in place of common mint. River Mint is a wonderful herb to be used in meat sauces, salads, fruit drinks and desserts or as a delicate garnish. COMPLEMENTS Lamb USES An infusion for…
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  • Salt Bush Leaves Quick View
    • Salt Bush Leaves Quick View
    • Salt Bush Leaves
    • A true taste of the outback. Fresh Salt Bush Leaves are one of the most versatile of the Australian Native vegetables. Blanch the leaves in hot water, then refresh in cold water and use in salads, pasta and pastry dishes. Salt Bush may be used in stir-frys, or as a wrap with lamb or chicken strips and makes an excellent…
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  • Samphire Quick View
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    • Samphire
    • This Aussie Sea Asparagus can be used steamed, stir-fried or blanched and is a great complement to seafood dishes. Keep beach-plant cooking simple at home by tossing them into a fry pan at the very last minute with nothing more than olive oil and lemon. COMPLEMENTS Seafood USES Serve as a side steamed or blanched Stir-fries
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  • Warrigal Greens Quick View
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    • Warrigal Greens
    • The large, lush leaves can be used instead of Spinach and treated in much the same way. Great in Quiches, with pasta, stir fries and as a steamed vegetable. COMPLEMENTS Seafood USES Quiches Pasta Stir-fries Serve as a side steamed
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