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What: This atole variety combines chocolate and masa. It too can be thick or thin, more chocolate-y or corn-y depending on who’s making it. It’s generally not as sweet as you might assume it would be. But then again, you probably never assumed chocolate and corn would go so well together either. They do!
Where: Look for this wherever atole is sold. In Oaxaca, we had our champurrado (6p) from the torta de tamal morning street cart (corner 5 de Mayo and Morelos); we also saw it offered at various market fondas, including those inside Mercado 20 de Noviembre.
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