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Daily Deadline for orders

Posted by Kitchen Goddess on

Orders completed by 11am weekdays will be posted that afternoon.

Contacting us

We have recently been switched to NBN.  This means our phones are internet dependent as well.Should you be unable to get through please use our mobile 0428892217.

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Peppermint Gum

The featured ingredient in our next newsletter is Peppermint Gum.  We have flakes and powder.Flakes are ideal for adding to your tea blend.  The powder adds a fresh minty taste to truffles.

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Bush Tomato

Heavy rains are hampering the harvest so no stock in sight yet.

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Native Lemon Grass

More stock here by the middle of next week

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Wattleseed

Wattleseed harvest has begun and we will have more stock later this week

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Strawberry Gum

Strawberry Gum is a very rare tree originally from a small region of New South Wales. The leaves have an essential oil called Methyl cinnamate, which acts as a flavour enhancer to sweet or savoury dishes.It will enhance the flavour of berries, tomato based sauces, dairy or coconut milk dishes and has a great [...]

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Quandong & Wattleseed

We have lots of dried quandong halves coming... expected about July 26Also have more wattleseed on the way

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Give your BBQ a taste of Australia

Bush Tomato & Chilli SauceA sweet chilli sauce using Bush Tomatoes and Australian Lemon Tea Tree – a heathland bush of Australia that has a rich lemon flavour, which added to the unique sweet and spicy flavour of the bush tomato, makes a delicious sauce for use both on the table and in cooking.http://www.bushfoodshop.com.au/bush-tomato-chilli-sauce/

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Burdekin Plum

A native tree in our rainforests which yield a maroon coloured fruit.  A close relative of the mango but with a completely different texture and certainly lacking the sweetness.  Needs to be allowed to soften first.  Can be eaten raw or made into preserves.

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