bush tucker

bush tucker
I
Australian Slang
food derived from the surrounding bush countryside (berries, roots, small animals etc.); simple fare
II
Australian English
Native foods, usually in the outback.

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  • bush tucker — noun Traditional Aboriginal food (tucker) gathered or hunted in bushland. Syn: bushfood …   Wiktionary

  • Bush tucker — food derived from the surrounding bush countryside (berries, roots, small animals etc.); simple fare …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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  • Bush medicine — is the term used in Australia by Aboriginal people to describe their traditional medicinal knowledge and practices. The term is often used in conjunction with Bush tucker.Different language groups have different bush medicine knowledge, based on… …   Wikipedia

  • Bush Food — Buschpflaume enthält etwa 50mal mehr Vitamin C als Orangen Als Bush Food (Buschessen), auch Bush Tucker genannt, wird in Australien die Nutzung ausschließlich einheimischer Pflanzen und Tiere bezeichnet, wie sie für die traditionelle Küche der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bush-Food — Der typisch australische Aufstrich Vegemite auf Toastbrot. Die Australische Küche hat ihre Wurzeln in der englischen Küche der frühen Siedler und unterschied sich bis vor einigen Jahrzehnten nur wenig von dieser. Seit den 1970er Jahren hat sich… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bush — 1. noun /bʊʃ/ a) A horticultural rather than strictly botanical category of woody plant that is distinguished from a tree by its multiple stems and lower height; usually less than six metres tall. The way that pitcher showed up the batter after… …   Wiktionary

  • Bush coconut — The Bush coconut, is an Australian bush tucker food, often eaten by Aborigines of Central Australia. The bush coconut is in fact a combination of plant and animal; the Cysticoccus pomiformis (insect in gall) grows inside the wood of the Corymbia… …   Wikipedia

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