Brisbane Local Food

Growing local

If you have a passing acquaintance with food plants to our immediate north that also survive here, this is the site for you.

Also on hand are the food plants of the Pacific Islands that are eaten by Pacifika peoples traditionally.

START HERE with a description of the plants, then check out the many recipes.

Traditional Vegetables Selected for this Project

Aibika   Bamboo Shoots   Highland Bread Fruit or Highland Kapiak   Aupa   Choco Tips   Fig Leaves Fern Tips   Highland Pit Pit   Karakap   Kang Kong   Lowland Pit Pit    Pumpkin Tips   Rungia Tulip   Wing Bean   Walangur    Watercress    Water Dropwort

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Interesting edibles, Dave, We have grown most of them except breadfruit, tu-lip, and water dropwort.

The Walangur is an old houseplant of years ago, I still have a couple of pots of them.  The pit-pit was not easy to grow at my place, I think Lissa may have been successful with that plant. I have a couple of varieties of Aibika.  It's good to see the nutritional value in these greens.

I have a  PNG recipe book somewhere with quite a few recipes in it.

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