The Food Desert Project: Sausage Pozole Stew
Pozole is an example of the ingenuity of our ancestors: first of all, it contains hominy – an ancient method of turning hard, indigestible feed corn into an edible starch by a process known as nixtamalization, where the corn was softened by cooking in lye or limewater. It’s a stew of somewhat storied Pre-Colombian origin, well-known... Read more »