Australian Aboriginal, Gathering Bush Tomatoes in Black, Dinner Napkin

Article number: N-MSAAGB

Dinner Napkin

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**Scroll to bottom for story of this Aboriginal Print

We sew our napkins right here in San Luis Obispo using the best quality cotton fabric available, and the most delightful and unique patterns we can find. We prewash and dry the fabric before making the napkins. This gives you an easy-care napkin which can be machine washed and dried without severe wrinkling or twisting. The napkins are expertly sewn with half-inch finished hems and mitered corners.

Each finished napkin measures approximately 18"x18"
Fabric Information:  100% Cotton
Care: Easy-Peasy… Machine Wash and Dry, No Bleach

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**Story :
Also known as the desert raisin because of its appearance when dried, these little dried “berries” have been a staple food of the Aboriginal desert dwellers for centuries. The Anmatyerr women would gather them after they had dried, reducing the levels of alkaloids. They would then grind them to a powder, mix with tree gums or resins and roll into a ball, then leave them out in the sun to dry. This preserved the fruits for future use. The bush tomato has a spicy piquant flavor.

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