Finger Lime - citron "caviar"..Australian.

Vous connaissez citron caviar?....Un citron étonnant...Un agrume rare et recherché Le citron caviar est encore méconnu du grand public ; en revanche, certains grands chefs s'y sont déjà convertis ! Chic et insolite, le citron caviar est également rare...

Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana)   The world's richest source of Vitamin C is found in this Northern Territory native fruit. The plum has 50 times the Vitamin C of oranges, and was a major source of food for tribes in the area

Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana) The world's richest source of Vitamin C is found in this Northern Territory native fruit. The plum has 50 times the Vitamin C of oranges, and was a major source of food for tribes in the area

Kangaroo apple (Solanum laciniatum)   The fruit is used as a poultice on swollen joints. The plant contains a steroid which is important to the production of cortisone, which reduces inflammation.

Kangaroo apple (Solanum laciniatum) The fruit is used as a poultice on swollen joints. The plant contains a steroid which is important to the production of cortisone, which reduces inflammation.

Citrus caviar! Finger limes from Shanley Farms

Simple Springtime Dishes

"Les agrumes de Finger Limes Australiens sont de petits fruits qui poussent dans les forêts tropicales humides subtropical...

Goat's foot (Ipomoea pes-caprae)   For pain relief from sting ray and stone fish stings, mobs from North Australia and parts of New South Wales, crushed and heated the leaves of the plant, then applied them directly to the skin

Goat's foot (Ipomoea pes-caprae) For pain relief from sting ray and stone fish stings, mobs from North Australia and parts of New South Wales, crushed and heated the leaves of the plant, then applied them directly to the skin

Snake vine (Tinospora smilacina)   Communities in central Australia used to crush sections of the vine to treat headaches, rhumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory-related ailments. The sap and leaves were sometimes used to treat sores and wounds

Snake vine (Tinospora smilacina) Communities in central Australia used to crush sections of the vine to treat headaches, rhumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory-related ailments. The sap and leaves were sometimes used to treat sores and wounds


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