Are you looking for the perfect ingredients to make traditional Mexican dishes in Denver, Colorado? Look no further! There are plenty of local specialty stores that offer a variety of ingredients for making Mexican dishes. Pochitos Tortilla Factory in Denver is a great place to start. Not only do they have a restaurant and tamale shop, but they also sell fresh dough to make tamales at home. You can place an order on their website and pick it up at their Dover store, or shop at the Kittery (Maine) Community Market and other local farmers' markets.
Tortilleria El Metate in Santa Ana is another great option. They are a leading manufacturer of Mexican food products in Orange County and have a small market with fresh products. If you're not sure if there are any products in your local market, check the list of ingredients, which should include “contains traces of lime”, “treated with lime” or something similar to clarify that the corn in the mix was nixtamalized. You can also find ingredients at Seaman's supermarket in Athens, at the Athens Farmers' Market, which is held on Saturdays, and at the Clintonville Farmers' Market in Columbus.
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