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Tamara Pearson : Chocolate as Resistance: Mexico's Rich Chocolate Traditions Defy Corporate Globalization - Toward Freedom


Tamara Pearson: Chocolate as Resistance: Mexico's Rich Chocolate Traditions Defy Corporate Globalization - Toward Freedom: For many in Mexico, cacao is more than just a bean. In its preparation, there is resistance, memory, rituals, identity, and friends and family. There’s also a melange of incredible flavors.

However, for most people, food has been reduced to something one consumes, and this commercialization – of cacao, and of other fruits, ingredients, and cooking methods – means there’s a whole gamut of incredible dishes we’re missing out on.

Eli Tosqui works in the market in Cholula, Puebla state. Among the fruit and vegetable stalls, the stalls with 20 kinds of dried chilies, the cheap clothing, and raw meat laid out on tiled counter-tops, she has her own tiny space where she sits and beats the agua de chocolate (chocolate water).

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