Pinole based on roasted blue corn with chía 200g

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 Pinole based on roasted blue corn with chía 200g

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Pinole is a type of traditional Mexican food made from ground maize (corn). It is typically made by roasting the maize kernels, then grinding them into a fine powder. The resulting pinole powder can be used to make a variety of dishes, such as porridge, tortillas, and baked goods. Pinole is often mixed with water or milk and sweetened with sugar or honey to make a nutritious and filling drink. It is known for its high fiber and protein content, making it a popular choice for athletes and those looking for a healthy alternative to processed grains. Pinole has been consumed in Mexico for centuries and is still enjoyed today as a staple food in many regions.

The name comes from the Nahuatl word pinolli, meaning cornmeal. Today, pinole is generally made by hand using wood-burning adobe ovens and a stone and pestle.  Karin Frucht Consumer

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