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Growing 'Youlk' - sustainable bushfood

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Consider growing Youlk,  with its crisp apple-like texture, golden potato colour and hints of carrot and sweet eucalypt flavour, it makes a tasty ingredient for salads, stews, pies, gratin, cakes and other dishes — or simply roasted, baked or fried with a little butter and salt. Well adapted to the WA environment, this plant can thrive under dry conditions in nutrient-poor, sandy soils. However, for best results in a backyard garden, grow your Youlk in full sun or part shade, in loamy soil, and water generously during Summer. To learn more about Youlk and other bushfoods go to www.tuckerbush.com.au

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By Lou Conway

23 February 2020

 
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