burrawang


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burrawang

any of several Australian cycads of the genus Macrozamia, having an edible nut
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Clarke (2008:50, citing Cawte 1974) indicated British settlers called burrawang 'fools pineapple', referring to the shape of the stroboli and the seeds' toxicity when raw.
They still explain for those who haven't seen them, that Grug came from the top of a Burrawang tree.
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