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Acacia longifolia medium/light roast, medium grind - In stock now.  We also pack other fresh seasonal roasted and ground Wattleseed varieties and blends that become available to us from our growers and harvesters in southern parts of Australia.

Businesses, Please note that we are able to get other varieties of BULK Wattleseed raw or roasted and ground, upon request.   Blends are also available. For more information about the differences in nutrition, flavour and aroma of these different species please email Julie at hello@natif.com.au 

  1. A.longifolia ssp.longifolia
  2. A.baileyana
  3. A.retinodes
  4. A.pycnantha
  5. A.provincialis
  6. A.saligna 
  7. A.ligulata 
  8. A.microbotrya 

Wattleseed is so nutritious and versitile to use.  More like a legume than a seed.

Practically a kitchen staple when added to nut meals, baking flours and other dry blends.  Use this highly nutritious legume in sweet and savoury dishes.

Wattleseed has been a staple food for Indigenous people for thousands of years and is a rich source of protein, fibre, iron, zinc, calcium, selenium, potassium, magnesium and low GI carbohydrates and can be used to make cakes and dampers.  Wattleseeds also contain impressive essential fatty acid and amino acid profile. 

Wattleseed is gluten free.

Wattleseed has a nutty, earthy taste and aroma, it can be used as a non-caffinated coffee substitute. Wattle lattes taste great but don’t throw away the nutritious seeds as they can be reused in baking or cooking..

  • As a Latte or long black. Wattlelatte !
  • In a coffee plunger, Brew 5-10g of NATIF Roasted Wattleseed into 1 cup of boiling water, wait 5 minutes, strain, then add your favourite frothed milk or serve as a long black
  • Alternatively add 1 cup of milk to a saucepan with 5-10g of Wattleseeds, simmer for 1minute then let stand for 3 minutes, strain into a coffee cup and add some local honey. As an option add a sprinkle of cinnamon or turmeric on top.
  • For desserts soak the roasted Wattleseeds in a small amount of hot water (just enough to cover) for a few minutes for a less crunchy texture when adding to other recipes.
  • Can be added to healthy deserts, tarts, baking and pancakes
  • Use to thicken soups and sauces
  • Use the brew to make thick shakes, cocktails, syrups, sodas and smoothies
  • You can even use the seeds as a facial and body exfoliant !
  • Wattle you make !
    Wattleeeds contain Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron, Potassium and other nutrients for good health. They are a Low GIycemic Carbohydrate, a source of protein and fibre too. As part of a healthy balanced diet you can incorporate the Wattleseed into your everyday cooking making it nutritious and delicious.

    Roasted and Ground Wattleseed 

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