Australian Functional Ingredients – by Vic Cherikoff

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Wild Foods, we need more of them

Wild Foods, we need more of them Lots of layers in this topic. There is no doubt that we should be eating more wild foods as they supply an enormous range of components that are being bred out of our conventional produce. Read more about this at the Wild Foods website. But I'd like to [...]

Paperbark smoke oil

Paperbark smoke oil Flavour – delicate smoke flavour of paperbark cooking Colour and Appearance – Transparent yellow oil Typical uses – as for infusion oils Helpful hints – Best used as a flavouring oil as for sesame seed or truffle oil. Storage and Packaging Sizes – Dry, 200ml stand up spouted pouches Paperbark smoke oil [...]

Lemon Myrtle Oil

Lemon Myrtle Oil Flavour – Lemon and lime oil and lemon grass flavour. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow oil. Typical uses – Flavour cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings and soups. Helpful hints – Flavour dissipates on heating so best used as a post-cooking flavouring at 2 to 4 [...]

Native Peppermint Oil

Native Peppermint Oil Flavour – Primary peppermint flavour with a woody eucalyptus note. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow fluid. Typical uses – Flavour cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings. Helpful hints – Use at 2 to 4 drops per litre of product. Storage and Packaging Sizes – Dry, 125ml [...]

Macadamia Nut Oil

Macadamia Nut Oil Flavour – World famous rich oily nut. Colour and Appearance – Transparent yellow oil. Typical uses – Salad oil, dressings, pasta flavouring. Helpful hints – Best used as a flavouring oil as for sesame seed oil. Storage and Packaging Sizes – Dry 2 litre bottles  Recent Posts Wild Foods and Gout [...]

Aniseed Myrtle Oil

Aniseed Myrtle Oil Flavour – Subtle pernod-like aniseed flavour with a sweet after taste. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow fluid. Typical Use – Flavour cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings. Suits apricot and pear flavours. Particularly good in ice-cream. Helpful hints – Flavour dissipates on heating so best used [...]

Gumleaf Oil

Gumleaf Oil Flavour – Eucalyptus flavour. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow fluid. Typical uses – In combination with caramel or honey in desserts or with coriander, garlic or honey in savoury sauces. Dilute and dab onto smoked salmon or BBQ meats. Helpful hints – Gumleaf oil is food grade. Very strong, so use [...]