Máchica (Quechua: machka) is a type of flour made from ground toasted barley or other toasted grains, but also is made by roasting ground corn or wheat.
The designation is clearly Andean, as it comes from Mashka words machka or Kamcha. It is used in Bolivian, Ecuadorian and Peruvian cuisine. Its high mineral content allows to regulate the water levels in the body and prevents the retention of liquids while maintaining the hydrated body.
Ideal for people taking part in sport or want to maintain the shape, since it has a high zinc content, ideal for muscle growth. A high content of fatty acid esters, which protects heart health.
| Natural product
| For cooking needs