Prickly Pear Tunas


I’m volunteering with the Phoenix Permaculture Guild to promote this mesquite and carob flour pancake breakfast this weekend in Tempe. It costs just $15 and you’ll be stuffed full of delicious, locally grown and ground carbs. Details for the event can be found here, including the Paypal link to join in the fun.

If you are interested in how native desert plants can provide delicious, low-glycemic, gluten-free foods — that ohbytheway are also probably already growing in your yard or neighborhood — attend the class I’m helping teach beforehand too.

Tunas, cooked and mashed

This is how community is built. People with similar passions coming together to figure out ways to use resources more appropriately. I hope if you are a local Phoenician, you’ll grab your friends and family and come down Saturday for a plate of progress.