Sources

Abundant Life Seeds, Cottage Grove, OR
A good source of organic seeds, including epazote, tomatillos, amaranth and purslane.

Del Maguey Mezcals, Oaxaca, Mexico and Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico
Ron Cooper is the person to talk to regarding Single Village Mezcals.

It’s About Thyme, Austin, Texas
I get my hoja santa plants here and they also have Mexican oregano and epazote.

Johnny’s Selected Seeds, Winslow, Maine
A good variety of herb and vegetable seeds, including epazote, and a small squash similar to one in Mexico.

Melissa Guerra hales from Texas and sells Mexican cookware and supplies from her site at Melissa Guerra.

The Mozzarella Company, Dallas, Texas
Paula Lambert makes some good queso fresco-type cheeses, as well as a cacciota which is a good substitute for Chihuahua.

Purcell Mountain Farms, Moyie Springs, Idaho
A good variety of dried corn.

Rancho Gordo New World Specialty Food specializes in beans. Steve Santo promotes and cultivates beans from the Americas. Check out his passionate mission and his heirloom beans, dried corn, chiles and other products.

Seasons of My Heart, Oaxaca, Mexico
Susanna Trilling’s Seasons of My Heart is a good source for mole pastes.

Seeds of Change, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Heirloom seeds of many essential Mexican herbs and plants. Seeds of Change

The Spanish Table, for churro makers and other equipment, books, and music. The Spanish Table

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