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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote I remove, process and roast one of the most abundant foods that can be found in the american southwest. Rich in vitamin A, Vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants, it makes an excellent survival food. Link to Cactus Fruit video: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=H_3EOXdQSAI Link to BHK Woodsman Pro knife review: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=ENS7y2qCPN4 Link to Cuervo Negro music: https://soundcloud.com/cuervnegro filmed in the El Paso, Texas/Cloudcroft, New Mexico area, Chihuahuan Desert. Survival, Self-Reliance, Bushcraft, Camping, Knife, Making Fire, James Harris. Original music by Cuervo Negro. Junkyard Fox Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • TeslasLoveChild 11 months ago

    I imagine it tasts like courgette or something?

    but what about using it for moisture or water if you need it?

  • HakunaMatata 11 months ago

    Can't you eat it raw too? Like diced in a salad?

  • High AF 11 months ago

    did you guys see theres a ribcage or some sort at the bottom there???????

  • Dat Wacky Zachy 11 months ago

    Nice vids but maybe not repeat yourself so much

  • Jack is not in the box 11 months ago

    Taste like drywall.

  • mexiluvsw 11 months ago

    i live in south eastern az and the house is on an acre and a half and its desert grass land so the 1st time i cut the 3 foot tall grass (major, major, major pain in the ass!!!) i discoverd several of these cactuses in their infancy. i left them alone and let them grow, now 10 years later they look about as big as this one and they are beautiful.

  • jame jame 11 months ago

    อร่อยมัย

  • bert higa 11 months ago

    what's the title of the music?
    Thanks, I'll get my own nopales

  • Martin Rodriguez 11 months ago

    YOU FORGOT TO POKE THE CACTUS WITH A FORK BEFORE COOKING

  • Richard godinez-landeros 11 months ago

    Nopales?…

  • Kurt Goldston 11 months ago

    I live in NM, and I'm so glad to find your videos! every other video are in wooded areas, and are really of not much use out here, it is so great to see you use plants and other things I see every day. I have been in several other states in this country and I always come back to were I was raised. I love NM!!!

  • Carlos Cardona 11 months ago

    don't care for them either but the Tunas are great

  • Pawel Dudzinski 11 months ago

    Subskrybuję Twój kanał. Fajne fily robisz! Dużo wiadomości z bushcraft! Thank You!

  • Randy Yeager 11 months ago

    wouldn't they burn off?

  • Rahayu Puji 11 months ago

    subscribed!

  • FuddyDuddy99 11 months ago

    Really useful information .. thank you so very much ! Course now.. way up north .. we got blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, moose, bear and deer…. and why shoot… cactus won't grow this far north .. but if it ever does.I will know how to cook it.

  • chiefamylee 11 months ago

    What a cool video. Thanks.

  • sasa540 11 months ago

    this shit tight fam dont forget the peanut butter if youre gonna give me jam, know what i mean?

  • Lazaro Pujols 11 months ago

    Excellent video, liked, and subscribed:-)

  • Dwayne Wladyka 11 months ago

    Very interesting video. I've subscribed to your channel.

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