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Name of white wood pieces in S.A.?

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Linton starts with ...
I am trying to find out the name of the thin white branch pieces and stems that have been sold in some stores in the hills around Adelaide. They have a kind of sweet flavour when chewed so I would like to know what it is called. Thanks for your input.
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20th March 2019 8:16pm
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Julie says...
Could be licorice root - look up images in Google. I remember something like this from my childhood in London, when sugar was rationed. We would go for anything sweet!
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Linton says...
Hi Julie, yes I think you have hit the nail on the head. The pictures on google look almost identical to the stick pieces I tried and the info states that licorice root sticks can be chewed with a sweet flavour. It's also indicated that licorice root is grown around the Adelaide hills so that nails it - problem solved! Thanks for your wisdom!
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