Australian Functional Ingredients – by Vic Cherikoff

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So What the Bloody Hell is Wattleseed?

So What the Bloody Hell is Wattleseed? (With apologies to those visitors who haven’t seen the Australian Tourism commission’s new ‘Where the bloody hell are you?’ ad campaign for Australia) For over 6000 years, Australian Aborigines in different clans around the country, parched and milled wattle seeds from around 100 of the 900 plus species [...]

Wattleseed cream

Wattleseed cream Cream enhances the coffee, chocolate and hazelnut taste of Cherikoff Wattleseed and is best unsweetened since sugar tends to over-power the flavour of Wattleseed. Besides, the desserts that Wattleseed cream garnishes are usually sufficiently sweet. In addition, another use of unsweetened Wattleseed cream is to thicken and flavour savoury sauces, particularly mushroom but [...]