Grow Your Own Bushfoods - Keith and Irene Smith New softcover book
GROW YOUR OWN BUSHFOODS
by KEITH AND IRENE SMITH
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New softcover book, 140 pages, first published 1999, reprinted 2013.
Think Italy - think pasta. Think India - think curry. Think Australia - now think bushfoods!
Grow Your Own Bushfoods is the first-ever comprehensive and practical guide to growing and harvesting more than 140 kinds of Australian bushfoods right in your own back yard.
Detailed plant profiles describe ideal growing conditions and characteristics of each species. In addition there are suggestions on the best ways to prepare and eat your bushfoods. A bushfood directory is also included which lists suppliers of catalogues, seeds and seedlings as well as native plant gardens open for inspection.
Written with an emphasis on using natural growing methods, Grow Your Own Bushfoods enables everyone to enjoy Australian bushfoods while at the same time preserving our endangered plant species.
- Bushleaf Flavours
- Bush Vegetables
- Seeds and Nuts
- Nectar Plants
- Growing Bushfoods
- Bushfoods Directory
Wikipedia has an excellent article on bushfood - click here
About the authors
Keith and Irene Smith have promoted organic gardening and the conservation of the bush since they started Earth Garden magazine in 1972. They have written several books, including The Hard Times Handbook, The Hard Times Kitchen Book and The Bushfood Garden. Their dream is to turn Australia into a giant bush garden before it is too late.
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Grow Your Own Bushfoods by Keith and Irene Smith
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