The 3 Common Types of Corn Tarahumara Indians Grow and How They are Used








David Holladay--How Tarahumara Indians Make Tortillas, Tamales, and More--2016 Home Grown Food Summit

David Holladay–How Tarahumara Indians Make Tortillas, Tamales, and More–2016 Home Grown Food Summit

 

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Marjory Wildcraft recently traveled to the Copper Canyons of Mexico to learn from the Tarahumara Indians how they grow the 3 types of corn they use. In the video below she shows us white, red and yellow corn and tells us a little about how they Tarahumara Indians use them.

Watch the video and discover  which corn is used to make a ‘corn milk’, flour, tortillas or tamales.

Then, click the link below the video to Reserve Your Seat for the 2016 Home Grown Food Summit. There will be 30+ Free Presentations on Growing Your Own Food & Medicine Sustainably in Your Back Yard on March 7, 2016

 

3 Types of Tarahumara Indian Corn and What They Are Used For

 

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