In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- For thousands of years bush tucker was the only food eaten in Australia - food that hopped, crawled, slithered or grew in a land populated entirely by indigenous people.
- The day will feature informal workshops on face painting and wool weaving, information displays, kids activities and a BBQ of traditional tucker.
- The second kind of food, bush tucker, is not as readily available.
- Is your research suggesting that land management, spending more time in the bush, eating bush tucker, is a serious health strategy that could really make a difference?
- And classic Aussie tucker isn't forgotten either, if this is what you're after it's worth heading to the Roadkill cafe, a favourite with international visitors!
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