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    Wild Australian Finger limes

    Finger Limes come in a variety of colours from bright green to corals, reds and champagne colours.

    Finger Limes are Australia's native citrus.  The bright greens are quite tart in flavour, the pinks and reds are a lot less tart.
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    Davidsonia pruriens Aboriginal name " Ooray" A tart flavoured dark red plum, great for jams and conserves, making sauces to go with beef or kangaroo, a bush fruit known for it's health benefits, much research is currently being done Davidson Plum is a small, narrow, rainforest tree which bears an edible plum with purple-black skin.  If you want to give your jams and chutneys a truly gourmet Australian food flavour, these bush fruits are perfect. Great to make jam with and because of it's dark red colouring can be used to colour and flavour sauces, ice-cream an drinks.
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    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.
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    Australian native lime,  similar to a lime-cumquat in flavour. Recipe Idea:  Apricot & Sunrise Lime Conserve with Anise Myrtle
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    These blood red limes have a soft-sweet limey flavour.  Available frozen.
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    Desert Limes are a small fruit about the size of a grape with a wonderful "limey" flavour Australian Desert Lime or Wild limes have an intense lime flavour without the tart edge that traditional limes have, I can eat them quiet easily alone.  Like all limes they are extremely versatile.  There are a number of native limes that have been developed, the Desert Lime being one of them. Wild Limes were used as a food source by Indigenous people, the easy pioneers to Australia harvested them for use in jams and preserves and they are now an extremely popular lime on many restaurant menus.