A vegan Mexican-indigenous soup that my mother and grandmother brought over on their great migration from Navajoa, Sonora (Mexico) in the 1950s was included in our first batch of recipes placed inside food bags this summer. It flies in the face of people's stereotypes about Mexico being such a meat-based culture. "Not my family's fideo!" I tell them. Here is the recipe, and the story, behind the soup.
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