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A molcajete (from náhuatl molcaxitl) is a stone mortar and pestle, similar to Bolivian batán, used for grinding different kinds of food like salsas or guacamole dip.

Design: Ayres México.

Measurements: 4.5 x 2.5 inch (11.5 cm x 6.5 cm).

Material: tzalam wood and carved volcanic rock.

Technique: handcrafted.

Care and maintenance: wash with brush, water, soap. Grind raw corn with the mallet stone (tejolote). It’s normal if dust come off because there are non-toxic minerals from the stone. Also it is normal if bowl gets dark when it is in contac with oils because the volcanic stone is a porous and natural material.