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 What did the Aztecs grow for food?

Answer According to Pacific Lutheran University's Aztec Website, the Aztecs primarily grew maize (corn), beans, squash and chili peppers for food. Although they were primarily vegetarian, they also raised... Read More »
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What type of Food is a Good Starter Food that is Easy to grow in a Garden?

Lettuces and other leafy greens are good to start with. They grow easily and can be eaten as they grow, just cut off leaves as you need them. A few herbs would be useful too, like parsley, corian... Read More »
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Did Aztecs use any oil in their cooking?

They didn't use oil since the cooking was done in clay pots. Even the comal was clay even though a majority of native communities use metal now.You can use ground corn flour. It will work since tha... Read More »
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Aztecs and Tamales Please help!?

They did not have chicken or pigs since that is what the Spanish brought to the Americas.For meat, it would be turkey.There would be a type of sauce added to it.If not meat, they would use beans.
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What Were Some of the Discoveries of the Aztecs?

The people of Central Mexico and American City states during the period 12th to 15th centuries were known as the Aztecs. The Aztec Empire was founded by people who were once nomads called the Mexic... Read More »
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