Pinole with chia for long-distance and ultra-trail runners from Mexico 800g, not roasted

€20.00

Pinole is a traditional Mexican semi-finished product. It is roasted or unroasted ground corn mixed with roasted cocoa, sugar and cinnamon. Western audiences were introduced to McDouglas' bestseller Born To Run. Although this is not a particularly tasty mixture, there must be a reason why the Rarámuri runners, considered to be the best long-distance runners in the world, have used it for centuries. Probably the balance between nutrients and its digestion gives good results.

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Pinole is a traditional Mexican food made from ground, roasted or unroasted corn (maize) kernels. Corn is usually boiled in lime water, a process known as nixtamalization, which removes the outer husk and makes the kernels more digestible and nutritious. The cooked corn is then dried and ground into a powder that can be used in a variety of ways.

The resulting powder is used as an ingredient with high nutritional value for the production of various foods such as cereals, pastries, tortillas and beverages. The name comes from Nahuatl and means corn flour.

Pinole can be mixed with cold or hot water or milk to create a nutritious drink, or it can be used as a base for other foods such as bread, pies and tamales. It is also sometimes used as a thickener or flavoring in stews and soups.

Pinole has a nutty, slightly sweet taste and a rough texture. It is high in fiber, protein and other nutrients, making it a popular food for athletes and others who need sustained energy. It has been a staple food in Mexico for centuries and is still enjoyed today in many traditional dishes.

The Rarámuri tribe means "those who run fast" in their Uto-Aztec language. With widely dispersed settlements, these tribes developed a culture of long-distance running, reaching up to 320 km in two days in one go, for communication between villages as well as for transport and hunting turkeys or deer.

LEGAL NAME OF THE FOOD

Pinole Corn powder.

INGREDIENTS

Corn powder, chia.

ALLERGENS

Not listed

NUTRITION INFORMATION / UNIT

Nutritional values per 100g:

Energy value / Energy 75.0 cal

Fat 2.0 g

Carbohydrates 21 g

Fiber 2.9 g

Protein 3.6 g

Sugars 4 g

The satiation of hunger and the elimination of thirst, mixed with milk and fruit.

Karin Frucht

Verbraucher

Not for me Karin. I dont plan to run or do sports ever☺

Lalo Provenoff

Gourman

In my personal case, I would try the unroasted one.

Yummy Haakonen

Narcissist

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