Is Blue Quandong edible?
Similarly one may ask, can you eat Quandongs?
The fruit of the quandong The flesh surrounding the seed doesn't just look good – its delicious flavour and texture have earned it the common names of native peach and sweet quandong. You can eat it raw or use it in jams and pickles. It's also great dried, and in tarts and pies.
Similarly, what animals eat blue Quandongs? The blue Quandong The native animals love it such as cassowaries , native pigeons & flying foxes . The Cassowarie which is becoming more and more scarce actually eats the fruit whole that has fallen to the forest floor and the seeds pass through and then are in an ideal state to re grow new trees .
Similarly, what does a Quandong taste like?
A sweet taste with a balancing slightly sour and salty aftertaste and a mild aroma of dry lentils with some earthy fermented touches. The ripe, sweet, beautifully textured flesh of the Quandong is eaten fresh, although it can also be dried and stored for future use.
How do you germinate blue Quandong seeds?
Seed sterilization, germination and growth Place the seeds or kernels in a pot with holes in the bottom for drainage). Fill a larger container with 10 percent bleach (1 part household bleach : 9 parts water). Place the pot in it and agitate until the contents are completely wet. Soak for 30 to 45 minutes.