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A very tall tree in the forest at Alstonville It has dropped many of this fruit. It tastes ok slightly glutinous little bit bitter skin,seed at the bottom. Can you identify and are there any recipes? Thank you
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Colleen
Alstonville
9th May 2017 10:10pm
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brad16 says...
Podocarpus elatus (Plum Pine). Don't have a recipe for you though, sorry about that. Someone else may have a suggestion.
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GOROKAN,2263,NSW
10th May 2017 10:51am
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Pademelon1 says...
It is a member of the Podocarpus genus, can't identify exact species from the fruit, but probably Podocarpus elatus.

A number of podocarpaceae are known as plum pines and are bush tucker species. P. elatus is the most well known, and will have recipes that can be followed for all podocarps.

Hope this helps
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10th May 2017 2:37pm
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