Tejuinos and Tubas

Tejuinos and Tubas by www.carlosmeliablog.comTejuinos and Tubas  |  Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco  |  There are many things you can do with a coconut or corn, but when in Mexico, there are two in particular you must try. Tejuino is a cold beverage made from fermented corn popularly-drunk in the Mexican state of Jalisco. It is often served with a scoop of shaved ice. Tejuino is made from the same corn dough used for tortillas and tamales. The dough is mixed with water and brown sugar and boiled. Then the liquid is allowed to ferment very slightly. The resulting drink is generally served cold, with lime juice, a pinch of salt and a scoop of shaved ice or lemon sherbet. It is usually sold by street vendors in small plastic cups or in plastic bags tied around a straw
Tejuinos and Tubas by www.carlosmeliablog.comTuba coconut toddy that has a stinging sweet and bittersweet taste. The process involves extracting the sap of an unopened coconut bud. The tip of the bud is lopped and the pale juice allowed trickles into bamboo containers. In Mexico, or at least in Jalisco, they serve it with pieces of nuts floating on the top. Embracing local traditions. CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends
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