Cow's Tongue ?

seeya

Joined April 2010

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Commonly known as “Prickly Pear” the large flat pads resembling cow’s tongues on this cactus can be peeled and pickled, fried, or made into jerky. The fruit (the small green buds lining the pad will ripen in the fall) can be eaten raw or blended into a smoothy/icee drink; juice from strained fruit can be drunk, made into ice cream, mixed drinks, preserves.

Springtime
Mojave Desert, Calif, USA
Nikon D3200 f/8 1/125 ISO-320 55mm

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