Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Picking Muntrie Berries


Muntrie berries(or munthari), are an Southern South Australian native berry. Lucky for us they grow in abundance not to far away. We drove down to Oil Rig Square, picked a container full and walked to look at the thundering sea.

I love this place.







11 comments:

  1. I have never heard of them Alicia! They obviously don't grow in the patch of SA I grew up in. What do they taste like?

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    1. A bit like a mildly spiced green apple. They only grow this time of year.

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  2. I wondered what these were when I saw your beautiful baked cheesecake, Alicia. I've never heard of them before.
    That shot of the snail is great! xx

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  3. Just beautiful images, I can't tell you how much I love the ocean on a grey day. I've never heard of these berries, but they look very nice!

    xx

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  4. Never heard of these types of berries Alicia!
    Gorgeous photos though and looks like the kids enjoyed it!

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  5. I had never heard of them either!! Love these pics.

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  6. Yes, I like these beautiful catches looking berries, lovely photos!

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  7. Do you cook with them Alicia or just eat them. Looks like the kids love them.

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  8. Glad I'm not the only one who has never seen muntrie berries before - altho in my defence, I've also never been to SA ;) The kids look like they had a great time!

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  9. Wow, lovely photos. Never heard of them before. What do you do with them? :)

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  10. I'm sooo fascinated by these berries. I think you posted a snapshot before on your instagram before. Really curious what they taste like. Can you cook with them too?

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