Piki bread is a significant food both culturally and nutritionally to the Hopi people as well as New Mexico Pueblo peoples. The technique used to make the bread is difficult to master and has been passed down from mothers to daughters for generations. Although it is traditionally used in ceremonies, Piki bread is extremely nutritious, making it a staple food in the diets of the communities where it originated. The delicate, crispy wafer-thin bread is a beautiful grey, green color and has an earthy, smoky and slightly sweet taste.
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