Plentiful fruits and vegetables where little grows

Living in the outback of Queensland, Australia, you quickly learn that the freezer is your best friend when it comes to food. Bulk buying and freezing is definitely the way to go when you’re working every day and the nearest supermarket takes an hour and a half to get to. To be honest, at first it was quite a difficult adjustment. Coming from Bristol with a whopping population of an estimated 450,000, convenience is something I definitely took for granted. In contrast, our nearest town Glenmorgan, and its surrounding area had a total of 148 people. As you can imagine there weren’t too many places to get your groceries.

Going to the shop to buy freshly baked bread bread then paying next to nothing for it, is something I wouldn’t think twice about at home. However over here, the bread we usually bought was already frozen to maintain is freshness as long as possible. In Glenmorgan there is a small shop, a church and a pub. So when I was asked if I wanted to go to the fruit and veg van, I was only expecting a small transit van.

That’s when I met Team Fruit and Vege. What a brilliant idea and such a fantastic shop to have access to! Twice a week, the team travels around central Queensland to set up shop in the main towns. Reasonably priced and freshly produced I was very happy to shop here.

The business is run by a couple and their adorable dog who believe it or not, is just a puppy.

Buying our food this way has definitely made me appreciate how easy it is to buy food at home. It also makes you cut down on waste which is always a good thing!

5 thoughts on “Plentiful fruits and vegetables where little grows

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  1. Hi Emily,

    Are you alk traveling again?Awesome. Hope your adventure is fruitful sbd affordable. You give us on a budget hope.

    Enjoy,

    Gary

    On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 6:30 AM The Blog of Travel wrote:

    > Emily posted: “Living in the outback of Queensland, Australia, you quickly > learn that the freezer is your best friend when it comes to food. Bulk > buying and freezing is definitely the way to go when you’re working every > day and the nearest supermarket takes an hour and ” >

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    1. Hi Gary,
      I’m still working just catching up on my blogging! I have a lot of photos saved on a hard drive so have a bit of catching up to do. (Wish I was still away though!)
      Being on a budget is always good, you get to travel for longer 🙂
      x

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  2. Yes a great shop to have access to; I can’t imagine life without the closeness of the shops but we all have to do things differently when the situation arises don’t we and just acclimatise so good to read your post.

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