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Buthaya, also known as Lady Apple, is a fruit that I associate with end of year school holidays. I have many memories being on the back of the land cruiser looking for the vibrant red colour in the trees and banging on the roof of the car to signal that I’d seen them. Then quickly jumping off the back tray and rushing to get as many as I could fit in my shirt and hat. Also having to fight off all the green ants that would be all over the fruit. Personally my favourite way to eat it is with salt, and on the occasions when we would forget the salt I would rush down to the beach and dip the Buthaya in the salt water to get the same effect. Even now as an adult when my uncle asks me what I want for Christmas I’ll tell him to find me lady apple and bring a bag down for me. Definitely the best fruit of the year for me.
This piece was created on Gimuy Walubara Yidinji Country in Cairns, QLD.
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