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    Utensilios Prehispánicos: El molinillo. Cylindrical stick with a striated ball in the end, often around a ring. The grinder has evolved into a craft skimmer, but much more sophisticated. It is says his evolution goes hand in hand with the arrival of the monks and the preparation of hot chocolate with milk and sugar.

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