Australian food you simply need to try

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Tim Tam - A Tim Tam consists of two layers of chocolate malted biscuit (cookie), separated by a chocolate cream filling, and covered in a thin layer of chocolate.

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Vegemite - Invented in 1923, Vegemite is a thick, salty, savory paste made from leftover brewers' yeast extract. Spread it on top of buttered bread or toast.

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Weet-Bix - Weet-Bix is a popular Australian breakfast cereal made from sorghum, an ancient, naturally gluten-free grain.

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Crocodile - Crocodile is a delicacy in Australia; the meat is said to have a chicken or pork taste.

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Dagwood dog - A dagwood dog is a festival staple consisting of a hot dog on a stick dipped in batter, then deep-fried in hot oil.

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Kangaroo - Kangaroo meat is usually available as steak or sausages. It is low in fat and often served in a salad or with rice and vegetables.

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Pavlova - Said to have been invented to honor Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, the pavlova has been a much-loved Australian dessert for decades.

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Emu - Emu meat is lean, low in fat, and high in protein. It can be prepared in various ways, including as steaks, burgers, or sausages.

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Macadamia nuts - Macadamia nuts are native to eastern Australia. They are rich in vitamins and can be eaten raw or included in a range of dishes.

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Lamington - A lamington is a square of butter or sponge cake coated in chocolate icing and rolled in desiccated coconut

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Fairy bread - Fairy bread is a simple yet fun snack that is popular at children's parties.

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