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Tejate is known as the drink of the gods. It’s been consumed since pre-Hispanic times. It used to be saved for special occasions. But people in Oaxaca, Mexico, drink it all the time nowadays. Abigail and her grandmother Dominga make tejate at Bebe Cacao in Oaxaca, mixing two types of dough by hand, then adding water to it. Abigail walks us through the labor-intensive process.
Cosijoeza 2, Barrio de Lexio, 71250 Villa de Zaachila, Oax., MexicoFull Map
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