An-Me Arri-ngun - Traditional Plant Foods of the Kundjeyhmi People of Kakadu National Park: the Food We Eat

Author(s): Gary Fox; Murray Garde

Nature and Bushfood | Nature and Science | Plants and Animals

A landmark book to be released July 2018 is theculmination of decades of work describingthe bush tucker and bush medicine of the WorldHeritage-listed Kakadu National Park, one ofAustralian's best known tourist destinations.The authors and Kundjeyhmi people have workedclosely to photograph and describe 149 plantspecies: from the toffee-like gum of river wattle tosweet an-badju yams sought by singing children.Each plant's description includes: Kundjeyhmi,scientific and English common names; plant uses;plant preparation; and its cultural significance. Theinformation is presented in simple, easy-to-readlanguage, accompanied by over 500 spectacularphotographs.Over 60,000 years, the Kundjeyhmi people ofKakadu have gained an intimate knowledge ofthe area's plant foods. An-me Arri-ngun: TheFood We Eat will fascinate all those interestedin Aboriginal life and culture, bush tucker, bushmedicine, and Australian flora.

An-me Arri-ngun, The Food We Eat

describes 149 of those edible plants: from toffee-like gum of river wattle to sweet an-badju yams sought by singing children

Over 60,000 years, the Kundjeykmi people of what is now Kakadu National Park have gained an intimate knowledge of the area's plant foods 


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  • : 9780980831245
  • : Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation, The
  • : 0.5
  • : June 2018
  • : 1.4 Centimeters X 18.5 Centimeters X 22.5 Centimeters
  • : books

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  • : Gary Fox; Murray Garde
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 208