|Available from||Kan Cha'an
|“||Wah. Or tamale is a traditional Mayan dish made of masa wrapped around some type of meat and steam cooked. Tamales originated in Mesoamerica as early as 8000 to 5000 BC. Aztec and Maya civilizations as well as the Olmeca and Tolteca before them used tamales as a portable food, often to support their armies but also for hunters and travelers.This is the delicacy of the Mayans they used this food to grow into a strong civilization. Made similar to the masa, wah was created by placing chickens meat between two cobs of maize on a flat plane. If you were so inclined you could recreate your own Mayan wah in this way.||”|
Wah is crafted by placing Maize horizontally in a crafting table, with a raw chicken in the middle.
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