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i dont own a Pear Burner, so i've just put on a pair of leather gloves and cut them off with a knife, and then peel them likewise. works pretty well!
A ver gringos, no puedo creer que caigan en la necesidad de quemar el nopal y la tuna, en mi país México, simplemente con un machetazo los cortamos y los guardamos en una canasta, se le quita la piel y te los comes, yo eh hecho eso 100... veces y no me he espinado mas que las primeras veces, aparte si las quemas le quitas su sabor, Gringos locos, y el nopal o el cacti como lo llamen también se come y es delicioso.
In any part of Mexico, exceot the coast and the jungle, the Nopales grow as a natural plant, any boy can harvest them without these instruments.
Growing up in Texas my mom always had a ton of prickly pear. They are delicious. They remind me of a kiwi with a milder flavor.
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This is really understandable to follow, thank you
But it would go out every twenty minutes if you didn't move the logs back into place. :-(
If the fire tries to put itself out every twenty minutes, it takes much more work than just laying the logs, lighting them and enjoying hours of heat and light. Try it. It produces very little heat compared to breaking those same logs into three equal pieces and burning them.
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