What's In Season Guide: Summer

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S um m e r – IN TASMANIA –

DECEMBER

FRUIT Apples Apricots Avocados Blackberries Blackcurrants Blueberries Boysenberries Bramble Berries Cherries Feijoas Gooseberries Lemons Limes Nectarines Peaches Quinces Raspberries Strawberries Tayberries

HERBS

Basil Basil Mint Calendula Coriander Dill French Tarragon Galangal Italian Parsley Kaffir Lime Kunzea Lemon Grass Lemon Thyme Mint Nasturtium Native Pepper Leaf Oregano Parsley Rosemary Sage Thyme

HONEY

Honey

NUTS & SEEDS

Hazelnuts (cracked, raw, butters) Linseeds

Walnuts (cracked, raw, butters, pickled)

VEGETABLES

Asian Greens & Vegetables (buk choy, chinese broccoli, chinese cabbage, choy sum, dwarf buk choy, mustard greens, tatsoi, tong ho) Asparagus Beans (broad, bush, green, shoots) Beetroots Black Winter Truffles Broad Beans Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Bush Beans Bush Peas Cabbages (green, red, green savoy) Capsicums (all colours) Carrots (chantenay) Cauliflowers Celery Chards Chillies Chives Corn Cucumbers Edible Flowers Eggplants Fennel Garlic Garlic Chives Green Peas Kales (baby, purple, curly, flat) Leeks Lettuces (head, salad mix, mizuna) Micro Greens Mix Mushrooms (lions mane, oyster, pink oyster, shimeji, shitake, woodear) Onions (brown, white) Pea Tendrils

Potatoes (bismark, king edwards, mozart, nicola, pink eye, purple congo, ruset, Tas gourmet,) Pumpkins Radishes Rhubarb Ricoto Chillies Rocket Shallots Silverbeets Snow peas Spinach (baby) Spring/Summer Micro Greens Sprouts (alfalfa, fenugreek, lentil, sunflower, wheatgrass) Squash Sugar Snap Peas Swedes Tomatoes (cherry, heritage, large, snacking, truss) Turnips Wasabi Zucchini

DAIRY

Cows Dairy (milk, yoghurts, butters, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses) Goats Dairy (yoghurts, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses) Sheeps Dairy (yoghurts, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses)

OILS

Canola Oil Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil

CONDIMENTS

Black Garlic Chutneys Fruit Jams Kimchi (beetroot, chinese cabbage, green cabbage and kale)

Enjoy Tasmanian seasonal food every day.

For more inspiration visit eatwelltas.org.au This is a guide to Tasmanian seasonal foods that are likely to be available. Not all foods may be available for a variety of reasons.

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Available all year-round Frozen Be quick ! Limited availability Peak availability

Pickled Vegetable Condiments Table Olives

GRAINS & LEGUMES

Buckwheat Flour Buckwheat Kernels Plain Flour Quinoa Quinoa Flour Rolled Oats Self-raising Flour Spelt Flour & Kernels

SEAFOOD

Giant Crab Southern Rock Lobster Australian Salmons (wild catch) Banded Morwong Blue-eye Trevalla Blue Grenadier Blue Mackerel Flathead (various) Flounder (various) Jackass Morwong Latchet Pink Ling Red Mullet Salmon (farmed) Southern Garfish Ocean Trout (farmed) Silver Warehou (spotted trevally) Trumpeter - Stripey Tuna Whiting - Eastern School Wrasse Eel Abalone Commercial Scallop Gould's Squid Mussels Oysters Octopus Sea Urchin Roe Southern Calamari Gummy Shark


S um m e r – IN TASMANIA –

JANUARY

FRUIT Apples (vista bella) Apricots Avocados Blackberries Blackcurrants Blueberries Boysenberries Bramble Berries Cherries Feijoa Gooseberries Greengages Lemons Limes Nectarines Peaches Plums Quinces Raspberries Strawberries Tayberries

HERBS

Basil Basil Mint Calendula Coriander Dill French Tarragon Galangal Italian Parsley Kaffir Lime Kunzea Lemon Grass Lemon Thyme Mint Nasturtium Native Pepper Leaf Oregano Parsley Rosemary Sage Thyme

HONEY

Honey (blackberry, leatherwood, meadow, prickly box, tarkine wilderness, Tasmanian manuka)

NUTS & SEEDS

Hazelnuts (cracked, raw, butters) Linseeds Walnuts (cracked, raw, butters, pickled)

VEGETABLES

Asian Greens & Vegetables (buk choy, chinese broccoli, chinese cabbage, choy sum, dwarf buk choy, mustard greens, tatsoi, tong ho) Asparagus Beans Beans (broad, bush, green, shoots) Beetroots Black Winter Truffle Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbages (green, red, savoy) Capsicums (all colours) Carrots (bunched, chantenay) Cauliflowers Celery Chard (swiss, rainbow) Chillies Chives Corn (fresh, baby, sweet) Cucumbers Edible Flowers Eggplants Fennel Garlic Garlic Chives Green Peas Kales (baby, curly, flat, purple) Leeks Lettuces (head, salad mix, mizuna) Micro Greens Mix Mushrooms (lions mane, oyster, pink oysterm, shimeji, shitake, woodear) Onions (red, brown) Parsnips Peas (bush, green, tendrils, sugar snap)

Potatoes (bismark, dutch cream, king edwards, mozart, nicola, pink eye, purple congo, russet, Tas gourmet, Tas cream delight, Tas moon light) Pumpkins (golden nuggets) Radishes Rhubarb Ricoto Chillies Rocket Shallots Silverbeets Snow peas Spinach (baby) Spring/Summer Micro Greens Sprouts (alfalfa, fenugreek, lentil, sunflower, wheatgrass) Squash Swedes Tomatillos Tomatoes (cherry, heirloom, heritage, large, medium, roma, truss, snacking) Turnips Wasabi Wombok Zucchini Turnips Wasabi Watercress Zucchini

DAIRY

Cows Dairy (milk, yoghurts, butters, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses) Goats Dairy (yoghurts, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses) Sheeps Dairy (yoghurts, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses)

OILS

Canola Oil Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Enjoy Tasmanian seasonal food every day.

For more inspiration visit eatwelltas.org.au This is a guide to Tasmanian seasonal foods that are likely to be available. Not all foods may be available for a variety of reasons.

# +

Available all year-round Frozen Be quick ! Limited availability Peak availability

CONDIMENTS

Black Garlic Chutneys Fruit Jams Kimchi (beetroot, chinese cabbage, green cabbage and kale) Pickled Vegetable Condiments Table Olives

GRAINS & LEGUMES

Buckwheat Flour Buckwheat Kernels Plain Flour Quinoa Quinoa Flour Rolled Oats Self-raising Flour Spelt Flour & Kernels

SEAFOOD

Giant Crab Southern Rock Lobster Australian Salmons (wild catch) Banded Morwong Blue-eye Trevalla Blue Grenadier Blue Mackerel Flathead (various) Flounder (various) Jackass Morwong Latchet Pink Ling Red Mullet Salmon (farmed) Southern Garfish Ocean Trout (farmed) Silver Warehou (spotted trevally) Trumpeter - Stripey Tuna Whiting - Eastern School Wrasse Eel Abalone Commercial Scallop Gould's Squid Mussels Oysters Octopus Sea Urchin Roe Southern Calamari Gummy Shark


S um m e r – IN TASMANIA –

FEBRUARY

FRUIT Apples (akane) Apricots Avocados Blackberries Blackcurrants Blueberries Bramble Berries Cherries Gooseberries Greengages Lemons Limes Melons (rockmelon, watermelon) Nectarines Peaches Pears (williams) Plums Quinces Raspberries Strawberries

HERBS

Basil Basil Mint Calendula Coriander Dill French Tarragon Galangal Italian Parsley Kaffir Lime Kunzea Lemon Grass Lemon Thyme Mint Nasturtium Native Pepper Leaf Oregano Parsley Rosemary Sage Thyme

HONEY

Honey (blackberry, leatherwood, meadow, prickly box, tarkine wilderness, Tasmanian manuka)

NUTS & SEEDS

Hazelnuts (cracked, raw, butters) Linseeds

Walnuts (cracked, raw, butters, pickled)

VEGETABLES

Asian Greens & Vegetables (buk choy, chinese broccoli, chinese cabbage, choy sum, dwarf buk choy, mustard greens, tatsoi, tong ho) Asparagus Beans (bush, butter, broad, green, purple, runner) Bean Shoots Beetroots Black Winter Truffle Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Bunched Carrots Bush Peas Cabbages (green, savoy, red, wombok) Capsicums (all colours) Carrots (bunched, chanetnay) Cauliflowers Celeriac Celery Chard (swiss, rainbow) Chillies Chives Corn (fresh, baby, sweet) Cucumbers Edible Flowers Eggplants Fennel Garlic Garlic Chives Green Beans Green Peas Kales (baby, purple, curly, flat) Leeks Lettuces (head, salad mix, mizuna) Micro Greens Mix Mushrooms (lions mane, nameko, oyster, pink oyster, shimeji, shitake, woodear) Onions (red, green) Parsnips Peas (bush, green, tendrils, sugar snap)

Potatoes (bismark, dutch cream, king edwards, kipfler, mozart, nicola, pink eye, purple congo, russet, salad rose, sapphire, Tas cream delight, Tas gourmet, Tas moon light) Pumpkins (golden nuggets) Radishes Rhubarb Ricoto Chillies Rocket Shallots Silverbeets Snow peas Spinach (baby) Spring/Summer Micro Greens Sprouts (alfalfa, fenugreek, lentil, sunflower, wheatgrass) Squash Swedes Tomatillos Tomatoes (cherry, heirloom, heritage, large, medium, roma, snacking, truss) Turnips Wasabi Watercress Zucchini

DAIRY

Cows Dairy (milk, yoghurts, butters, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses) Goats Dairy (yoghurts, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses) Sheeps Dairy (yoghurts, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, mould cheeses)

OILS

Canola Oil Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil

CONDIMENTS

Black Garlic Chutneys Fruit Jams

Enjoy Tasmanian seasonal food every day.

For more inspiration visit eatwelltas.org.au This is a guide to Tasmanian seasonal foods that are likely to be available. Not all foods may be available for a variety of reasons.

# +

Available all year-round Frozen Be quick ! Limited availability Peak availability

Kimchi (beetroot, chinese cabbage, green cabbage and kale) Pickled Vegetable Condiments Table Olives

GRAINS & LEGUMES

Buckwheat Flour Buckwheat Kernels Plain Flour Quinoa Quinoa Flour Rolled Oats Self-raising Flour Spelt Flour & Kernels

SEAFOOD

Giant Crab Southern Rock Lobster Australian Salmons (wild catch) Banded Morwong Blue-eye Trevalla Blue Grenadier Blue Mackerel Flathead (various) Flounder (various) Jackass Morwong Latchet Pink Ling Red Mullet Salmon (farmed) Southern Garfish Ocean Trout (farmed) Silver Warehou (spotted trevally) Trumpeter - Stripey Tuna Whiting - Eastern School Wrasse Eel Abalone Commercial Scallop Gould's Squid Mussels Oysters Octopus Sea Urchin Roe Southern Calamari Gummy Shark