It’s like you’re living in my head these days. …

Comment on How to Make Corn Tortillas by Zac.

It’s like you’re living in my head these days. I’ve been making these without a press for the last 3 months and finding it VERY frustrating. Got a good supplier? While your at it, do you have a good dried chiles supplier as well? Just moved to Portland from the midwest and am still trying to find my favorite latin products.

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