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Bush Tucker Plant Foods - Seeds

Bush Tucker Plant Food - Seeds

NEW: Australian Bush Food Plant Quiz (Bush Tucker and Edible Weeds).

See also: Bush Tucker Plant Foods Index

This page shows some bush tucker plant food seeds that can be found in the Sydney and Blue Mountains regions. Most of them can be found in other parts of Australia, and a some are found in other parts of the world also.

Seeds were a much more important food in the inland regions, especially the deserts, than they were in the coastal regions, where they were only of minor importance.

Warning - Edible Weeds WARNING: Never eat plants that are growing in an area where they may have been sprayed with pesticides or herbicides (weed killers), or where the water supply to the area could be polluted, such as from urban or industrial run-off. Never eat any part of any wild growing plant unless you are certain you can identify it. Being certain means you have developed a maturity of skill in identifying plants. It does not mean you are pretty sure it looks just like "that plant you saw once on some website".

Click on the pictures to show more information about each of the different food species.

Acacia
Wattle

 

Bush Tucker Plant Foods - Acacia - Wattles

Macrozamia and Lepidozamia
Cycads / Burrawangs

Warning - Edible Weeds These seeds are highly toxic unless prepared properly

 

Bush Tucker Plant Foods - Macrozamia and Lepidozamia - Cycads - Burrawangs

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