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The xoctli was filled with food and heated over a fire. ... but the only specification of the Aztec type of frying appears to be some ...

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Aztec food was a rich combination of many foods that we take for granted today. Not only is much of this rich diet still common in Mexico today, it's spread around  ...

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The Aztec Indians were a simple people. They relied on what they could grow and hunt as their primary food sources. Because it was easier to grow crops than  ...

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Basic Aztec facts: AZTEC FOODS. Without animals like cows, sheep and goats, the Mexica (Aztec) diet was mainly veg, fruit and grains. Top of the list was maize  ...

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The Aztecs did not have cows, sheep, or goats. They grew chili peppers, corn, tomatoes, beans, and squash on the floating gardens they built on the marshy ...

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Like the food common to modern day Mexico, Aztec food tended to be both rich and spicy. In fact, many of the ancient Aztec foods were flavored with chili ...

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The Aztec civilization, which flourished in central Mexico between c. 1345 and 1521 CE, was able to provide, through a combination of climatic advantages, ...

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Jul 22, 2014 ... Most of daily life in the Aztec Empire depended on a person's social status, whether they were a member of the nobility or of the commons.

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AZTEC FOOD. Some of the foods native to the Americas and used by the Aztecs at the time of the Spanish arrival were chocolate, vanilla, corn, chilies (peppers),  ...

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Corn - The Main Aztec Food. Of all the foods the Aztecs ate, the most important part of their cuisine was corn, which they called maize. In fact, maize was so ...