Bush Tucker Origins and Uses
October 8, 2004 3:56 PM   Subscribe

Bush. Bush. Bush. Bush. Bush.
posted by dflemingdotorg (12 comments total)
Bush tucker is food selected by aboriginals before european colonization. All natural, hand selected and cooked in their own way, bush tucker foods have lasted the test of time as Australia's native foods.
posted by dflemingdotorg at 4:00 PM on October 8, 2004

Mushroom. Mushroom.
posted by fvw at 4:07 PM on October 8, 2004

Mmm. Sandpaper figs. Love em but hate the bloody aftertaste.
posted by strangeleftydoublethink at 4:12 PM on October 8, 2004

bush? bush? bush?

frog march.
posted by soyjoy at 4:34 PM on October 8, 2004

Will someone please kill quonsar's account?
posted by EmoChild at 4:45 PM on October 8, 2004

God damn bushfilter...
posted by Space Coyote at 5:04 PM on October 8, 2004

hey quonsar thanks for the very NSFW links. wtf
posted by H. Roark at 5:10 PM on October 8, 2004

(1) It's quonsar. You should know better.
(2) The content of the links was suggested by the URL of the first link. You should check that sort of thing, especially if it's posted by quonsar.
(3) You named yourself after a Rand protragonist. I retract previous admonitions about knowing better.
posted by cortex at 6:45 PM on October 8, 2004

(4) I mis-spelled protagonist in my way-too-snarky comment. I surrender.
posted by cortex at 6:57 PM on October 8, 2004

On the contrary, I think protragonist is a great term for Howard Roark. He was all about protracting the agony.

Well, that, and bombing buildings.
posted by soyjoy at 8:05 PM on October 8, 2004

posted by chrid at 7:11 AM on October 9, 2004

What is Bush Tucker...

Excellent links, dfleming. Obviously Not what I expected.
posted by Shane at 6:35 PM on October 9, 2004

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