Category: Bush Tomato

The bush tomato is a small desert plant approximately 30cm in height, with grey to bronze leaves and attractive mauve/blue flowers. It grows naturally through the central deserts of  the Northern Territory and  South Australia.

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Part of the tomato family (which includes potatoes and capsicums), there are over 100 species of Solanums (Wild Tomatoes) in Australia. However, only six are known to be edible, and Kutjera – Desert Raisins – are the most well known and certainly the most consumed species of the “bush tomatoes”.

This arid lands fruit has been a staple food of the long time inhabitants of Central Australia for many thousands of years. A rich source of minerals, particularly potassium, they are also high in vitamin C.  The sun dried fruits are harvested in the autumn and winter and store well for several years.

Bush BBQ Special

Australian Bush Spices

A$77.70 A$60.00

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Bush Tomato Balsamic Vinegar

Tuckeroo

A$12.95

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Native Tastes Of Australia Shaker Set

Taste Australia

A$50.00 - A$60.00

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Sticky Wattleseed Balsamic Gift Set

Australian Bush Spices

A$23.95

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Green Salad Sprinkle

Australian Bush Spices

A$12.95

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Orange Bush Curry

Australian Bush Spices

A$12.95

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Red Meat Blend

Australian Bush Spices

A$12.95

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Pasta

Barbushco

A$9.00

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A Cook’s Delight

Taste Australia

A$60.00

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Oz Tukka Outback Spice

Oz Tukka

A$9.00

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A Taste of Australia

Taste Australia

A$33.00

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Introduction to Australian Native Bush Food

Taste Australia

A$33.00

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Bush Tomato (Out of Stock)

Taste Australia

A$3.91 - A$170.00

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