Subscribe to Gourmet Traveller, your trusted and authoritative source for getting the best in food, wine and travel. What I don't like about Warrigal vegetables is spinach from Australia, which grows abundantly from seeds almost anywhere in Australia and goes well with other native shrub foods and major staple foods. Flavoured salt To bring native Australian flavors to any meal, keep a homemade flavored salt mix in your pantry. With ingredients such as emu, kangaroo, crocodile, lime, salar and quandong, to name a few, which are regularly represented not only on restaurant menus, but also as ingredients available for purchase or forage, native Australian recipes are a delicious and perfect option for eating out or for try at home.
In fact, it is estimated that Aboriginal peoples used more than 5000 native food species, representing approximately 20% of Australia's native flora and fauna. Go local with these recipes that show the unique richness and diversity of Australia's native ingredients. These premium quality pink salt flakes, par excellence Australian, are produced from an ancient inland aquifer and are Australia's only natural pink salt. Probably my favorite shrub, the samphire is a succulent plant that grows along rocky cliffs along the entire Australian coast.