It has the qualities of of cooked vegetables, because it's more succulent than crisp. The coconut adds texture, and the sauce and peanuts add a spicy sweetness. It reminds me of pad Thai, except that cactus has a rather unique flavor all its own- somewhere between a snap pea and a tomato. I definitely prefer the...
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Recipe Directions

1. use a v-slicer or mandolin slicer to julienne cactus

2. mix with peanuts and coconut

3. mix rest of ingredients to make dressing

4. toss everything

Sweet Adeline's Thoughts

It has the qualities of of cooked vegetables, because it's more succulent than crisp. The coconut adds texture, and the sauce and peanuts add a spicy sweetness. It reminds me of pad Thai, except that cactus has a rather unique flavor all its own- somewhere between a snap pea and a tomato. I definitely prefer the cactus after it's been dehydrated

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