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yaeli
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I'm late, never mind (in the version I know, the old man was planting a fig tree ).

There's this wonderful popular French Tomme cheese.

It has been a top priority for me at the cheese stall for many years, and I've hardly touched it since on BTD, Feb 2006, so as Pecorino is now a Swami superfood, I would be extatic to have also the Tomme back.


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24-hour fermented yogurt -- different than regular yogurt, which is fermented for only 4-8 hours. 24-hour yogurt has almost no lactose left in it.




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Lavender




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If these Mushrooms have not already been added:

Cinnamon Cap
White Chanterelle
Funnel Chanterelle (yellow foot)
Clamshell
Lobster
Morels
Oyster

Also:

Truffles




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Tom O
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A few suggestions:

mushrooms, porcini (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boletus_edulis) - often used in Italian risottos

goose/duck fat (http://www.ochef.com/699.htm) - used to make the famous French dish Confit de Canard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duck_confit)

Etorki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etorki) - my favourite cheese
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Rice paper (wince - hoping is not just a rice pasta equivalent)


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Scuppernongs
Muscadines


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Acorns (white and red)

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xanthan gum
Dandelion root and/leaf tea
Pau d'arco/taheebo tea

Some I have been using

Will this update if we reprint our SWami express at a later time??

thanx,
angel


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Lemon verbena or Lemon beebrush, Aloysia triphylla

and

Lemon verbena oil

Lemon verbena adds a lemony flavor to fish and poultry, vegetable marinades, salad dressings, jams, puddings, and beverages. It is used to make herbal teas and sorbet. It has anti-Candida albicans activity.

The major isolates in lemon verbena oil are citral (30-35%), nerol and geraniol.

Other names for Lemon Verbena are Verbena triphylla L'Her., Verbena citriodora Cav., Lippia triphylla, Lippia citriodora, and Aloysia citriodora (Cav.) Ort.




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As per discussions from another thread:

White pepper (spice)




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Patience dock (rumex petientia)
Common mallow (malva spp)
Russian olive (elaeagnus angustifolia)
Common sow thistle (sonchus oleraceus)


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Maltodextrin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maltodextrin) - an additive im my almond milk which I buy at the HFS; sounds like a toxin though

Sultanas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sultana_%28grape%29)
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Lotus flower tea




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Australian Bush Flower Essences:

Alpine Mint Bush
Angelsword
Autumn Leaves
Banksia Robur
Bauhinia
Billy Goat Plum
Black-Eyed Susan
Bluebell
Boab
Boronia
Bottlebrush
Bush Fuchsia
Bush Gardenia
Bush Iris
Christmas Bell
Crowea
Dagger Hakea
Dog Rose
Five Corners
Freshwater Mangrove
Fringed Violet
Green Essence
Grey Spider Flower
Green Spider Orchid
Gymea Lily
Hibbertia
Illawarra Flame Tree
Isopogon
Jacaranda
Kapok bush
Lichen
Little Flannel Flower
Macrocarpa
Monga Warata
Mountain Devil
Old Man Banksia
Paw-Paw Flower
Philotheca
Pink Flannel Flower
Pink Mulla-Mulla
Red Grevillea
Red Helmet Orchid
Red Lily
Red Suva Frangipani
Rough Bluebell
She Oak
Silver Princess
Southern Cross
Spinifex
Sturt Desert Rose
Sundew
Sunshine Wattle
Sydney Rose
Tall Mulla-Mulla
Turkey Bush
Waratah
Wedding Bush
Wild Potato Bush
Wisteria
Yellow Cowslip Orchid



Neroli essential oil



Edible Bulbs:
Lily
Tulip
Dahlia




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Fruits:

Mayhaw


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tara gum (thickener)


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Fruit:

Annona



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Locust bean gum (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Locust_bean_gum) - thickener
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cheese:

Raklette (swiss)


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Fennel tea
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Bittergourd tea
Chye sim (Chinese spinach/cabbage)
Rose apple
Palmito (Heart of Palm)


Note to self: I am me, and also an O-nonnie - I'm allowed not to fit the mould.
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Hearts of Palm are on.....

Chinese Kale, Kai-lan is on.....would that be different?

bitter melon is on......does it resemble the gourd?




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Kai Lan is different from Chye Sim, yes. It's another green leafy vegetable. Kang Kong is common too, different again. This is a listing of local produce, the leafy veg is on page 4. http://www.freshdirect.com.sg/download/productlist_vegetables.pdf

Bitter melon and bittergourd I believe are the same - does that mean the tea has the same properties as the fruit? The juices and the fruits are often different, so I wondered if the tea might be different too.


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Quince juice
Citric acid
Stinging nettle tea
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