Since 1991 Gordon Garradd has been living off-grid on mostly renewable energy. A pioneer for the area he could see that connecting to the grid was a waste of resources and set about researching and keeping up to date with the latest in solar, wind and off-grid systems.
Throughout the nineties Gordon set about planting trees. As many as he could get his hands on. The rule was natives (especially local varieties) or useful. His favourite fruit, cherries, taking centre stage, with three randomly planted orchards scattered with apples, pears, apricots, plums, macadamias, almonds, figs, mulberries, wattleseed, grapes, berries, pistachios and pine nuts.
Seasonal trout recipes
What do you do when you have a glut of something in the garden?
Well, you just get creative!
Whoever thought that fruity trout could be a thing.
Everyone knows that I am a hopeless cook, but I have always been experimental. This is just the start of a year round project with plums, blackberries and wattleseed coming on soon, just to name a few. These are some of our favourites:
Since Gunagulla began in 1991 no synthetic chemicals have been used in the production of any of our produce. The only non-organic product that we have had to use is the fish food, as there are no commercially available organic fish foods available yet in Australia (although we are in communication with Country Heritage Feeds about developing one). When we have a glut of anything that's in season,
we offer it for sale at.
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