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SF State student demands a seat at the table for Mexican, Chicano culture

Three varieties of Molcaxitl tacos sit in a biodegradable plate along with two lime slices and sliced radishes, ready to be served at the Outer Sunset Farmers’ Market in San Francisco on Oct. 25, 2020. (Emily Curiel / Xpress Magazine)
Nomar Ramirez, a 21-year-old business student, opened Molcaxitl to serve Indigenous Mexican food to the community and keep traditional cooking alive
November 16, 2020

“Molcaxitl” — pronounced (MOL-CAH-SHEE-TL) in the Nahuatl language, meaning mortar and pestle — is the name that 21-year-old Nomar Ramirez, a business student at SF State, gave his virtual food...

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