Bush Food: Aboriginal Food and Herbal Medicine
Collection, cooking techniques, of fruit, nuts, roots, seeds, green vegetables, land, marine animals, fish, shellfish, insects, grubs, honey, herbal medicines; numerous Aboriginal communities mentioned; includes notes on taste, table of plant foods, herbal medicines.
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