The seeds are then parched and pulverized, and usually stored as pinole, for winter use.
Be polite to him,” he said “and ask him to drink some of the pinole, and to see your parents first.
When boiled into a porridge, however, pinole is very nourishing, and forms a convenient diet for persons camping out.
But—I should have to buy my fame at the price of living on tortillas and pinole and beans!
Kah, pinole, is a drink made by mixing the meal of roasted maize with water.
In his trip of 1772, between Milpitas and pinole, Crespi mentions seeing or crossing 31 arroyos, all with running water.
There are stories about injurious herbs that have been given in pinole or water, and actually made some racers sick.
Their food is amole, bellota and pinole and their chiefs are called Mule and Yuma.
It will be noticed that Vandaih drinks the pinole, which bewitches him, five times instead of the usual four.
Their breakfast and supper were usually of porridge made from different grains, called atole and pinole.