Making tortillas in 1911
As a child I remember visiting a relative she had a container I think it was made of clay. She poured us some water from container and the water was cool. Almost as cool as refrigerated water.
Reminds me of the my grandma's kitchen and all the wonderful hot corn tortillas she fed us with love.
There were the Common tortillas, - there were the Piston ( a thick tortilla ) - then the PINPINWA was that one that you can split and put coconut oil, cohune oil or pork fat with salt. BUT there was also the " TOTOPOSTE ". This was a very fine and long lasting tortilla that was sold by ALMUD and mostly bought by Chicleros or logging workers.
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