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Madonna Thomson, Indigenous Enterprise Group Chair, celebrates NAIDOC Week
Proud Jagera woman, owner of Nyanda Cultural Tours and Uniquely Australian Food’s Indigenous Enterprise Group Chairperson Madonna Thomson celebrated NAICOD Week 2021 (July 4-11) last week, being showcased by Queensland Health. Watch Madonna here, as..
Plum Delicious: Delicious and nutritious bush foods
A native food from Arnhem Land has been recognised by scientists for its nutritional properties. Researchers are now working with an Aboriginal owned nursery to help create commercial opportunities. Catch us on ABC Landline talking..
Provenance toolkit to help rural businesses stand out from the crowd
When it comes to food and fibre, consumers want to know who produced it, where it was produced and how it was produced. New AgriFutures Australia funded work not only confirms that building provenance through..
The Australian plants that could become our daily fare
It’s a factor of Australia’s history that, unlike most countries, virtually everything we eat originally came from somewhere else. From proteins such as beef, pork, chicken and – especially on Australia Day – lamb, to..
Our indigenous foods’ global mission
“We sat, the three of us, by a small cooking fire on the edge of a shimmering wet tidal flat at Carnot Bay about a 90km walk north from Broome … or to be more..
Timor Leste uses native foods to tackle malnutrition
Just as bush tucker has been used to promote a healthy diet in indigenous Australia, Timor Leste is turning to its own local foods to combat high rates of malnutrition. | ABC News
Chef tempts Brisbane food lovers to tuck into Indigenous-inspired menu
A chef who has connected with his Indigenous culture wants to give food lovers a taste at his pop-up restaurant in South Brisbane. Three Little Birds owner Chris Jordan will take up residence from December 7..
Kangaroo grass as a grain alternative?
The Uniquely Australian Foods heard recently from Paul, who wrote to us enquiring about kangaroo grass. Paul wondered if we were looking at kangaroo grass (Themeda triandra) as a grain alternative. He commented that he..