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Picture of How To Enjoy A Prickly Pear
It's tuna season again!

No, not the fish! The cactus! Tuna is the Spanish word for prickly pear, or cactus fruit. They come in two colors, red and green, are full of seeds, and taste something like a melon.

They are also covered in spines. But, with the technique you are about to learn, that won't be a problem at all.

Step 1: What You Need

Picture of What You Need
All you need is two forks and a sharp knife.

Oh, and a fresh, delicious prickly pear.
 
HorseBackBob7 months ago

These cacti are more nutritious and taste better than I'd ever have
thought. Made a video recently on how to pick and eat them off the
plant. Hope this helps. Enjoy!

goldust made it!1 year ago

I tried the red one yesterday

it was nice!!!

and I collected a lot of seeds for making more of this Cactus

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jenjen52 years ago
There called tunas
Chuck Norris has no need of your process
gwylan2 years ago
If you have a lot of them, they dry very nicely. The ones from the local prickly pear (red) taste a bit like red licorice when dried.
pratomorone2 years ago
the red ones from Sicily are the best!
Looks good. I always wanted to try one
Oooh! That looks good! Now that I know how to peel it, I'm going to have to see if I can find one to try :D