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eurobodalla  food guide

While the eurobodalla is famous for its oysters and dairy there is much more to discover for those who enjoy knowing where their food comes from and for those who relish the quality of produce you can only find at the farmgate, a market or served by a takeaway, café or restaurant.

This eurobodalla food guide promotes those local businesses and providores who qualify to be included and who showcase our wonderful local produce and the wealth of value added product we believe reflects the sentiment of eurobodalla…. all kinds of natural.

You will note that there are no advertisements. The businesses mentioned are identified on their merit. Those mentioned were found to be worthy of commendation at the time of publishing.

I encourage you to explore the region and to enjoy our local markets, ask our local food outlets what local products they provide and source. Often the inclusion of local produce is understated—that exceptional yellow of your breakfast scrambled egg will most likely indicate the egg comes from a free range chicken just down the road. The herbs, the vegies will taste fresher, be crisper, and our local seafood is usually so fresh it was only in the water the day before.

Enjoy— Lei Parker, editor of the South Coast Travel Guide

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