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How to make Xocoatolli

Date created: 6/1/2015
Year: 2015
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10883/4348
Descriptors: Video
Abstract: This recipe is part of 2015 Grain a Day Campaign. The word "atole" comes from the Nahuatl atolli – meaning watery. It is a traditional pre-hispanic drink from Mexico made from a sweet mix of maize and water. This version of atole is drunken almost exclusively by communities of Nahua origin.
Agency: CIMMYT
Format: mp4
Language: Spanish
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Type: Video
Country: Mexico
Region: CIMMYT - Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean
Place: Tlaxcala
Notes: This video is also available in CIMMYT's Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrnWBCItm1A
Program: Maize
Tags: Maize
Tags: Xocoatoli
Tags: Recipe
Duration: 01:13 min
Video URL: 4547/HowtomakeXocoatolli.mp4
Resolution: Low Quality/Compressed
Language subtitles: English
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