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We have a Recipe Archive ????joe bartels wrote:This is great! After five years, wow talk about a drought, we have a fourth entry into the Recipe Archive
Although it is illegal for non-O’odham people to harvest saguaro fruits on public land (saguaros are a protected species,) anyone can harvest fruits from the cactus on their own land.
You can have a lot of fun with prickly pear fruits (Tunas.) Most anything you would normally do with grapes they will do just as well. They make a great snack along the trail (Just not on NPS land!)PLC92084 wrote:Sirena:
Does one have to use a dehydrator? I've got a gazillion (more or less) prickly pear cactus on my rental property. I may actually have a use for them (besides an occasional source of napales). I've been thinking prickly pear jelly, or prickly pear something but darned if I could find a recipe on this site... Roll-ups would be awesome!
If you don't mind wasting some energy, a regular oven (or better yet, a convection oven) at low temperature will work, especially in AZ.jeffmacewen wrote:Does one have to use a dehydrator?