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    I bought everything here in the US on one of my visits. I think I paid around $12 for a heavy tortilla press, and I put that and 3 bags of masa in a check-in suitcase. Stored the masa in my freezer for about 2 years, and it lasted, until I returned home permanently in 2015.
     
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    I found some ground corn there, but it didn't have the lime in it that the maseca has in it. I could make cornbread, but not tortillas. After a visit back to the US, I brought a few bags of masa harena and kept them in the freezer so I could make enchildas. I also brought a tortilla press.
     
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