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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote A common plant found in the Chihuahuan Desert that is high in Vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants and is quite tasty. filmed in the El Paso, Texas/New Mexico area, Chuhuahuan Desert. Survival, Self-Reliance, Bushcraft, Camping, Knife, Making Fire, James Harris. Junkyard Fox Video Rating: / 5

14 Comments

  • Travis Brown 1 year ago

    did I just hear after you talk about the seeds knashing your teeth, "they're like eating babies"?

  • battlefield recon 1 year ago

    When I was younger I grabbed one and got a lot of those hairs in my hand

  • cillaloves2fish 1 year ago

    Hey James! My gramma used thoz to make a sweet red pudding… deeelishus!!! I am really enjoying ur SW vids! Do u make anything with the green part of the cactus?

  • Charles Loveday 1 year ago

    Thanks for the informative videos…learned several things from this. I'm from Appalachian region. Learning new things r so kool to me & Ur very good at showing how to do survival skills hands on from start to finish. Just a note…take Ur cup to process water n to catch those with & not use tongs. Spear them with the sick U used to make the tongs & roasting will b easier also. Again- great videos! Keep on making these excellent survival vids.

  • erik sauzal 1 year ago

    tunas are great !

  • Dylan Castle 1 year ago

    I just put my canteen cup under then cut'em off and let them fall in to my cup, once I have a few then I process them.

  • sara sammon 1 year ago

    Thanks for the video never knew this but then I reside in the North east

  • gabriel 1 year ago

    Opuntia is the Latin name or what bro

  • Marco Lopez 1 year ago

    great vid

  • Luis Lopez 1 year ago

    Yup Good food. Nice Outdoor Videos keep them coming :')

  • Johnny W Herring 1 year ago

    Like always I enjoy your channel! Keep it up you make it look easy! I am looking forward to the video on a rattle snake luncheon! LOL!!! If you do make dang sure you make a clean kill and bury the head! DEEP! LOL!

  • Christina Gurrola 1 year ago

    Perfection!

  • Bellachea Maria 1 year ago

    Thank you please keep the Texas region bushcraft & wild edible cooking videos coming. You are doing a great job. Much appreciation.

  • Cheri Schwabenland 1 year ago

    Very interesting James! How long do they stay in season? I was wondering if you could roast the seeds? Make them easier to eat possibly? Want to try these… they look tasty! So glad you're showing desert bushcraft. Would like to see yucca or agave in an upcoming video. Many uses for these. Good job my friend!

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