Notes: A cultural history along with preparation instructions for sjendecho, a traditional alcoholic beverage, also called sende, that is fermented from corn and chiles. Sjendechjo has been made historically by Mazahua and Otomi peoples in central Mexico.
This book is presented in Spanish with an abbreviated text in Otomi on the facing page. Published in an edition of 500 copies but rather scarce, with one holding in OCLC (Princeton), but there are copies in regional Mexican libraries, too.
Edition + Condition: First edition (first printing). A very good or better copy in stapled wrappers.
Publication: Toluca, Mexico: Consejo Estatal para el Desarrollo Integral de los Pueblos Indígenas del Estado de México, 1995.
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