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Can you just fillet a prickly pear cactus pad?

 
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Cutting each section of glaucids off or burning seems tedious. Can you not just fillet them?
 
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Not sure what you mean by fillet.  I think if you scrape with a knife angled towards you, this takes off the spines.
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