Heirloom Blue Bolita Corn (Oaxaca)
$15.00 – $60.50
(Video above^^^From Milpa to Mesa–translation: “From Corn Farm to Table”–is a preview of the kernel-to-masa process that turns heirloom corn into fresh masa.)
Sourced from Oaxaca’s central valleys, the bolita landrace is the backbone of Oaxacan tlayudas, the large-format (13″-15”) tortillas and tostadas found throughout the region. With its dense, crystalline starch, it’s easy to see how this landrace can support the structure of such a large tortilla without falling apart (the texture will have a more toothsome finish, you’ll notice).
We love bolita’s deep range of colors and the way it blooms when nixtamalized (we’re all about its pozole application, too).
The blue varietal yields a solid blue masa with a grassy, earthy finish.
By accepting delivery of the landrace maize or heirloom beans associated with this order, recipient acknowledges and confirms that this Masienda product shall not be propagated, cultivated or resold in strict accordance with the Nagoya Protocol and state sales tax regulations.
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