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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote In this video I identify several plants and trees which are common to arid and semi-arid climates. These plants could help you to survive by providing food, water and shade. One plant in particular, the Prickly Pear Cactus, commonly found is desert and mediterranean environments is a great source of liquids i.e. water! Video Rating: / 5 Find out all about sun and drought tolerant plants that thrive in our difficult soils including Gambel Oak, Coyote Gourd, Desert Holly and more.

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  • 420Homestead 1 year ago

    cool vid bro!

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    Spelling mistake corrected. Cheers. Have never heard of it being used in an omelet but I'll be sure to give it a try next time I'm out there.

    Alex

  • featheredfan 1 year ago

    Great video! Sorry, but the word "arid" that means dry, has one letter "R" The other word is a product name LOL. I often eat cactus fruit, but I like to collect the seeds. Prickly Pear pads are best fried in omelets and mostly just the new, youngest pads. The spines and glochids should be scraped off first. Also, the fruit is great when ripe! Thanks

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    The inner flesh. Outer is waxy and bitter.

  • BushmanSurvival 1 year ago

    the inner flesh or outer flesh?

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    Yes absolutely!

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    Not that tasty but yes the flesh of the "ears" is edible.

  • BushmanSurvival 1 year ago

    Also can you drink the prickly pear liquid?

  • BushmanSurvival 1 year ago

    Are the "ears" edible?

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    Thanks friend!

  • The Lone Patriot 111 1 year ago

    Cool info my brother

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    Thanks, first time someone has correctly identified the tree. Cheers!

  • Simple Living 1 year ago

    The tree you couldn't identify is a terebinth.

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    @hpanayiotis Are you talking about the prickly pear cactus?

  • Panayiotis Platis 1 year ago

    this plant we call ot papoutsosiko. shoe-fig tree

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    @SemperParatusUK Just a little beat I put together. Thanks!

  • Afternova 1 year ago

    Good video, liking the intro music!

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    @Smith28Adventure Yep – Ive been to Cyprus before. Also, I regularly eat the majority of these fruits/nuts and vegetables that I identify in this video. Hence the familiarity. I always take an interest in the plants and animals
    of any country I visit.

  • Alloutdoor1 1 year ago

    @fog360 Thanks fog!

  • fog360 Survival and Bushcraft specialist 1 year ago

    great vid