Recipe Directions

Cut catcus in half. Cut halves into triangle shapes. Your chips are ready!
Chop, mash and mix your guacamole ingredients together. Season to taste!
Dip, chip by chip, do not skimp!!!
To watch my you tube video for this, copy/paste this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGx8BHgUgyM
Shown with my Squash-Blossom-Burritos recipe: http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/squash-blossom-burritos

TheRawDance's Thoughts

Fast. Easy. No Questions Asked.
All you do is cut the catcus and mix the guacamole together.
This is a SIMPLE guacamole recipe. I really enjoy the fresh fiesta taste of avocado, heirloom tomato and cilantro! There are so many things you can add to liven it up: Fresh pressed garlic, chopped: onions, tropical fruits, stone fruits, bell pepper, cactus, sprouts, sunflower or hemp seeds, sprouted lentils, etc. - chili powder, cayenne, thai spices, dulse, raw honey or agave nectar… you get the idea!

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yayhhhh for cactus chips and guacamo;e , i saw this on youtube and i said to myself i must try this! You are an inspiration johnny and the reason i went RAW!!!! much love and god bless :0)

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I have seen these at our local farmers market. I think I will try this! I will go on Friday and get some! I've always wondered what to do with one of those cactus and now I know! THANKS!

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is there a place where I can order cactus online? I haven't seen it in stores anywhere in Belgium.

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Are these the relatively flat and kind of flimsy cactus pieces? I've seen those in the grocery store, but had no idea how to use or even try to eat them. If so, you're saying to eat the outside skin with the dark brown spots where the spikes used to be...cool. Yet another recipe I'm going to play around with! yay Thanks for the not-so-ordinary recipe.

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Hi Brawyn! I buy mine organical, locally grown from the Farmer's Market. They take the spikes off right before selling. Grocery stores generally do the same, I've always seen it ready to use in grocery stores. The taste of catcus is similar to a MILD green bell pepper. It's thick enough to cut into good sized chips. It's moist and sticky inside which makes it WONDERFUL in raw soups (fresh corn, catcus and avocado! or avocado, catcus, tomato!) or guacamole to unite things together. I have used mine for a raw pizza crust before and that was delish too! I encourage you to try it. Raw food is all about expirimenting! Let me know how you like it : )

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Ooh how is the cactus? That's actually readily available in a Mexican market here, but I've never had it. Do you cut the green outside off or what? They sell it without any spines or anything.

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