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Roasted Wattleseed Spice

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This is a rare native spice that is versatile and uniquely Australian with its strong coffee, chocolate and hazelnut aroma and flavour.  

There are only a small number of edible wattle seed and Aboriginals used it often weeking cooking in ovens made in a hole in the ground using hot coals and hot rocks. 

This wattleseed is a fine ground, extra dark roast to provide maximum flavour and dispersion in your cooking.

It makes a good caffeine free coffee substitute and the grounds can then be used to flavour ice cream, biscuits, bread and countless other sweet and savoury foods.

Why not use this at home when entertaining international visitors or testing out flavours as you develop your Masterchef skills.

Available in 50 gram packs. Refer to the packaging for allergen information.

Indigiearth is based in the wine country of Central West NSW, Mudgee where they manufacture their products in house. They are specialists in Australian Native Foods and their products are Aboriginal from start to finish and they manufacture their products in house.

Before European settlers arrived in Australia, there was a thriving food culture that happily sustained Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years. It's estimated there are up to 5,000 native food species (almost 20 per cent of Australia’s native flora and fauna) that were utilised by the Aboriginal people.

Traditional bush tucker is innovative and unique and are naturally adapted to Australia’s environment. They are ecologically sound, and they are more resistant to Australia’s extreme weather temperatures and rainfall.

Allergens: refer to the packaging for full information.