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What kind of meat is "pulpa" in 1913 in Mexico?

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What kind of meat was called "pulpa" in Mexico in 1913?

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updated DIC 6, 2009
posted by Sethness

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Just in case you aren't aware: pulpa refers to "ground" meat like molido.

It may not be referring to a specific meat.


  1. pulpa. (Del lat. pulpa).
    1. f. Parte mollar de la carne que no tiene huesos ni ternilla.
    2. f. Parte mollar de la fruta.
    3. f. Médula o tuétano de las plantas leñosas.
    4. f. En la industria conservera, fruta fresca, una vez deshuesada y triturada.
    5. f. En la industria azucarera, residuo de la remolacha después de extraer el jugo azucarado, y que sirve para piensos. ~ de chorizo.
    6. f. Ur. chorizo (? carne del vacuno situada a cada lado del espinazo). ~ dentaria.
    7. f. Anat. Tejido rico en células, con numerosos nervios y vasos sanguíneos, contenido en el interior de los dientes de los vertebrados.

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updated DIC 6, 2009
edited by 0074b507
posted by 0074b507
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I would think that this is the "flesh" from a fruit, such as mango or melon.

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posted by 00f2b5a1
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Could you provide the word in context...it would help to know this for an accurate translation.

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posted by Izanoni1
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