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Why Pozole is the Most Controversial Soup in Indigenous Mexican Culture

Pozole: The Most Controversial Soup in Indigenous Mexican Culture

Chef Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins discusses the symbolism of pozole in her own family's history, as well as in the history of Mesoamerica's Indigenous culture. Journalist Beto Lanz-Hola discusses what anthropologists have to say about this Mexican stew. 

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- Try El Jardin's recipe for pozole rojo

- Learn more pozole trivia

- Meet the chef honoring her ancestors' pozole tradition

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