Wednesday

April 1, 2020

Seeds from the native Kurrajong trees can be roasted and eaten, or ground into flour apparently…
but remove the irritating hairs surrounding the seeds first.

9 comments:

  1. They look quite comfortable in there...

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  2. Have you tried them in any form?

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    1. No I haven't Sue, but with the shortage of flour maybe I should be!?!?

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    2. That was what I was thinking. Yeast is in very short supply here too. I have flour (for the moment) but no yeast. Kurrajong flatbreads?

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  3. It reminds me of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie.

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  4. Fascinating! In looks and function!

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  5. Thank you for sharing your part of the world with us. It is fascinating to connect with things we never see in our part of the world. Stay healthy.

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