Teotihuacán, the City of Gods - MUNCHIES Guide to Mexico (Part 3)

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Teotihuacán, the City of Gods, is one of the most important tourist attractions in Mexico, as it retains its enormous pyramids and much of its pre-Hispanic traditions, including food.

This ancestral place is home of pulque, a mythical drink that comes from agave. We went with a master pulquero to know the process of preparation of pulque and barbacoa. We also went with Oscar Chapa, chef of the restaurant Gran Teocalli and cooked some esquites with escamoles and chinicuiles "a la barbacoa".

To continue the tour, we tried the pre-Hispanic mixiote in El Portón, in the municipality of San Martin de las Pirámides, and as an obligatory experience we went to a temazcal in the Hotel Casa de Barro.

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