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Sometimes known as “corn smut” or the “Mexican truffle,” Huitlacoche is as Mexican as taco al pastor. What starts as a fungus that grows on organic, untreated corn, winds up as a delicious filler for tacos and quesadillas. Head over to the corner of Niza and Liverpool in Mexico City, where Nicolasa Aguilar Martinez cooks quesadillas from a fungus she finds tastier than meat.
Location: Calle de Niza 65 Juárez 06600 Juárez, CDMX, Mexico
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