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"tuna" Cactus Fruit

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»  "tuna" cactus fruit
in mexico we eat the tasty fruit of the nopal cactus. in spanish it's called a "tuna" and in english a "prickly pear"
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5. Jun 19, 2005 maskell
"Ahhh, pitaya. Very tasty."

4. Dec 10, 2002 Drez
"Tuna again. Funky."

3. Oct 22, 2002 chelle2008
"ahh ... so that's what it is :) i heard those are quite tasty :) might have to try one sometime! ( not too shabby with a pocket knife, but i can wear gloves lol)"

2. Sep 14, 2002 mexikids
"tasty yes, but unless you have well-calloused fingers, or are agile with a pocket knife, it's very difficult to get to the good stuff without ending up with a handful of cactus prickers."

1. Sep 4, 2002 kelly
"because of its moderate climate, this cactus can be found in canada... yes... canada - in point pelee national park (ontario)...
i wonder if the park wardens there would let me eat the fruit? i did not know this when i was at the park... i guess i will just have to continue to eat donuts..."


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