Berry Saltbush (Bush Tucker)

Saltbush Berries (Bush Tucker)

Whilst we are Out and About in this great country of ours we love to try and use bush tucker as an additive to our foods whenever we can.

And something that is often in abundance is Saltbush Berries, which have a salty sweetness about them…and the leaves of some of the saltbush family can be boiled as a vegetable!

If you have the patience and had enough berries you could make a jam out of them, otherwise you can just stand there and eat them off the bush!

Crikey, you just got to love this place we call Australia, hey!

Photo: Baz, The Landy
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I'm on a journey to climb one or more of the world's 8,000 metre mountain peaks... One of the things I like to remind myself of each and every day, is there are no ordinary moments; no ordinary people; no ordinary lives...
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4 Responses to Berry Saltbush (Bush Tucker)

  1. Jim in IA says:

    I like their brilliant red color. But, they are small. Pick and eat would be my style.

  2. adruve says:

    Living off the land natures original supermarket. Australia truly does provide some wonderful foods.

  3. Nice shot. They look tempting a jam they way you’ve captured them :)

  4. I have never heard of such a thing! Such a life to have natural food at your fingertips! So are you all healed now Baz?

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