Muntries were eaten by Aboriginal people in the south east of South Australia. They would eat them fresh or dry them out to preserve; they could then be ground into a paste, mix with dampers or eat as a leather. They contain up to four times more antioxidants than blueberries and provide natural waxes that are good for skin nourishment.
None available at the moment, the sheep got into the paddock and ate most, the kangaroos saw the sheep and ended up polishing off what was left!!! Am waiting on new crops and also looking all over, so if anyone knows a grower please let me know.