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The art of stone grinding is slowly disappearing in Cuenca

Published on September 16, 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn In Azuay, some millers and dough-makers still prefer old fashion grinding and milling, especially for ‘choclo’ (local corn) or typical corn products. They insist that it’s much tastier and healthier. However, this is a dying art. Some of the products you can get from these flours or dough are the tamales, […]

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