Meal made of ground corn or wheat and mesquite beans.(noun)
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Use "pinole" in a sentence
"My messengers had orders to bring the latter in the form of pinole, that is, toasted corn ground by hand into a fine meal."
"Chia seeds were roasted and ground to form a meal called 'pinole', then mixed with water to form an oatmeal-like mixture, or made into cakes."
"a sack of "pinole," some baubles for Indian ornament, some coarse serapes, and pieces of high-coloured woollen stuffs, woven at home: these constitute his "invoice.""