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    They put some real effort into this, props to the lady.

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    Party foul!!!

    Who are they to say which are the best. I live in the part of the world that is considered to have the best Mexican Food anywhere. I sample it all the time. There are so many great places here, each a little different from the next but all of them are the best. They all have a "best burrito" of their own recipe. Impossible pick just one. Couldn't live without all of them.

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    I made one earlier today, well perhaps it was in the making the last 2 days but it showed today none the less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    I made one earlier today, well perhaps it was in the making the last 2 days but it showed today none the less.
    I trust it was a satisfying burrito?
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    I trust it was a satisfying burrito?
    it was a sign i can hit the fill station again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    it was a sign i can hit the fill station again.
    That sounds like a good burrito.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Party foul!!!

    Who are they to say which are the best. I live in the part of the world that is considered to have the best Mexican Food anywhere. I sample it all the time. There are so many great places here, each a little different from the next but all of them are the best. They all have a "best burrito" of their own recipe. Impossible pick just one. Couldn't live without all of them.
    I totally agree.When I lived in So. Cal. the number of Mexican food places range in the 10's of thousands. Many of which are amazing. And then move outwards from the border and across the u.s.a. and there are so many different tastes its impossible for anyone to narrow down the best. What a joke for anyone to make such a claim.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    I'm not going to put these burritos on any best of list because they aren't quite the same as these big burritos that are the focus here. When I was going to school in Ft Collins, CO many moons ago there was this nice old Mexican woman who would roam around the neighborhood selling these small, tightly wrapped burritos. She didn't speak much English and it was random chance when she would show up. Anyhow they were made with these thick, home made tortillas and very simply filled with beef or pork and what I'm sure were homemade frijoles refritos. Not much more than that and only a couple dollars each. They were so damn tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    I'm not going to put these burritos on any best of list because they aren't quite the same as these big burritos that are the focus here. When I was going to school in Ft Collins, CO many moons ago there was this nice old Mexican woman who would roam around the neighborhood selling these small, tightly wrapped burritos. She didn't speak much English and it was random chance when she would show up. Anyhow they were made with these thick, home made tortillas and very simply filled with beef or pork and what I'm sure were homemade frijoles refritos. Not much more than that and only a couple dollars each. They were so damn tasty.
    these are what dreams are made of, much like the neighbor that makes fresh bread each day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    these are what dreams are made of, much like the neighbor that makes fresh bread each day.
    Mmm Mmm good. I must be dreaming.
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    I haven't lived in So. Cal since I was filling my diapers so I can't comment on the quality of food there, but I had some pretty good stuff growing up in DFW, TX. There's a pretty decent Hispanic population in this part of NC and we are lucky enough to have a good Mexican restaurant right down the street from our house. The burritos are decent, but the fajitas are where it's at there. To be perfectly honest, I'd be happy with a Chipotle burrito almost on a daily basis if my bank account/waist line would support it.
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    I strongly urge everyone here to steer clear of San Felipe, Mexico. That's where I had a dog (straight off the rotisserie) burrito, unknowingly. As I've mentioned before, it looked like a lamb. Hard to tell a lamb from a dog when skinned, gutted, and beheaded.

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    A burrito in hand is worth two in the bush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I strongly urge everyone here to steer clear of San Felipe, Mexico. That's where I had a dog (straight off the rotisserie) burrito, unknowingly. As I've mentioned before, it looked like a lamb. Hard to tell a lamb from a dog when skinned, gutted, and beheaded.
    Ewww. So what gave it away? Did you overhear one of the locals say something like "este perro no es bueno"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    Ewww. So what gave it away? Did you overhear one of the locals say something like "este perro no es bueno"?
    More or less. My Spanish improves, the drunker I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    I'm not going to put these burritos on any best of list because they aren't quite the same as these big burritos that are the focus here. When I was going to school in Ft Collins, CO many moons ago there was this nice old Mexican woman who would roam around the neighborhood selling these small, tightly wrapped burritos. She didn't speak much English and it was random chance when she would show up. Anyhow they were made with these thick, home made tortillas and very simply filled with beef or pork and what I'm sure were homemade frijoles refritos. Not much more than that and only a couple dollars each. They were so damn tasty.

    This is a VERY regular thing here in California and strong where I'm at on the Central Coast. Then the stray cat and dog population dwindles and the burrito/tamale ladies move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    This is a VERY regular thing here in California and strong where I'm at on the Central Coast. Then the stray cat and dog population dwindles and the burrito/tamale ladies move on.
    I've had Mtn Lion at the Wild Game BBQ up in SLO. Is it anything like alley cat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    More or less. My Spanish improves, the drunker I am.
    Lol, I hear ya on that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    This is a VERY regular thing here in California and strong where I'm at on the Central Coast. Then the stray cat and dog population dwindles and the burrito/tamale ladies move on.
    Hmmm, we never did find out what happened to good ol' Patches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I've had Mtn Lion at the Wild Game BBQ up in SLO. Is it anything like alley cat?
    That used to be an awesome event! I don't know how long it's been gone but it's been quite a while. Never had any kitty, though.

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    Fail.

    Carnitas FTW though.

    There are way too many factors to say who makes the best burrito. Tortilla is the first key to success. Too hot, not hot enough? Etc.

    For me living near the border we have an amazing selection of ingredients to choose from. But I like Sonoran style Mexican food. Totally different than say Mexico City. I hate jalapeos. Not the heat the taste. A good hot green chili is so much better. Carnitas smothered in a green chili sauce? Makes a bad tortilla better. Beans? Use bacon fat for flavor. But over do it and it's too salty. Cabbage vs lettuce. Guacamole can be an AWESOME topping. But again, so much variation in a topping that can in itself contain more than 10 ingredients.

    This is making me hungry.

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    Bottom line...the best burrito better be the one I'm eating at that time. Then, the next that will change when I go somewhere else.

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    If the title to this was "the best burrito in San Diego, or Los Angeles, or El Paso, it would be a challenging enough task; making it inclusive for the entire U.S. makes it an impossible task.

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    No such thing as best burrito. I didn't see any Baja style
    with seafood in there. I do love a good shrimp burrito.

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    I find that the more North (and East) you go from San Diego, the burrito quality suffers.
    This may apply to border tows from CA to TX

    Up here in NorCal, I fin myself having to explain that a Carne Asada Burrito does not have rice, beans, or a damn bell pepper
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    well, how it started off was they looked at the yelp and other reviews of like 70,000 burrito places in America, then narrowed it down, so that was a good start. anyway i wasn't agreeing or disagreeing with the winner, just amazed that the chick actually put that much effort into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I totally agree.When I lived in So. Cal. the number of Mexican food places range in the 10's of thousands. Many of which are amazing. And then move outwards from the border and across the u.s.a. and there are so many different tastes its impossible for anyone to narrow down the best. What a joke for anyone to make such a claim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Party foul!!!

    Who are they to say which are the best. I live in the part of the world that is considered to have the best Mexican Food anywhere. I sample it all the time. There are so many great places here, each a little different from the next but all of them are the best. They all have a "best burrito" of their own recipe. Impossible pick just one. Couldn't live without all of them.
    What part of Mexico do you live in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBitey View Post
    What part of Mexico do you live in?
    I think he lives in North Mexico. You might know it as Los Angeles.
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    Best I've ever had is in San Diego. Lots of great places. L.A. for Tacos, San Diego for Burritos

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    Dude what are you doing having a burrito in San Felipe?
    San Felipe = Fish Tacos
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    I strongly urge everyone here to steer clear of San Felipe, Mexico. That's where I had a dog (straight off the rotisserie) burrito, unknowingly. As I've mentioned before, it looked like a lamb. Hard to tell a lamb from a dog when skinned, gutted, and beheaded.

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    Have you tried the surf n' turf from JV?

    Description from menu:
    "Shrimp and Carne asada w/ rice and guac Wrapped in 2 tortillas"

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    I've been all over the Baja and find the food improves as you travel south...until you pass La Paz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBitey View Post
    What part of Mexico do you live in?
    It's a place called California. Illegaly annexed by the U.S. following a war of aggression. But all of the names of the original towns are still in Spanish, and California is slowly being re-taken by the Mexicans via attrition.

    Excellent Mex food is one of their more effective weapons. Gabachos go loco for it.

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    you can easily judge a burrito goin in by the burrito goin out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Ray View Post
    It's a place called California. Illegaly annexed by the U.S. following a war of aggression. But all of the names of the original towns are still in Spanish, and California is slowly being re-taken by the Mexicans via attrition.

    Excellent Mex food is one of their more effective weapons. Gabachos go loco for it.
    I see, I see. So does this Mexifornia uh, Califexico place also excel in Tequila? I must visit this enchanted land before fences go up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by semental View Post
    Have you tried the surf n' turf from JV?

    Description from menu:
    "Shrimp and Carne asada w/ rice and guac Wrapped in 2 tortillas"
    I believe so, is that the one that no mortal man can finish? I haven't lived there in 12 years but i remember a friend took me to a place with a Surf/turf burrito. it was awesome but neither of us could finish. it was huge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by semental View Post
    Dude what are you doing having a burrito in San Felipe?
    San Felipe = Fish Tacos
    Yes for sure!! I've consumed so many of those over the years and wish I was still close enough you go there more often. Also Porto Nuevo has great food too!!! Memories!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBitey View Post
    I see, I see. So does this Mexifornia uh, Califexico place also excel in Tequila? I must visit this enchanted land before fences go up...
    Better hurry. I hear Arizona is building one even as we speak.

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    If you want good Tequila go to Mickeys in Rocky Point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbullandmtb View Post
    Yes for sure!! I've consumed so many of those over the years and wish I was still close enough you go there more often. Also Porto Nuevo has great food too!!! Memories!!!


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    Yup many a visit there for me as well. Fresh caught lobster carne asada and cerveza. A quick get away just an hour south of San Diego and you're in a different world with nothing but good times and relaxation.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Not much of a burrito fan, but while I was visiting friends in LA, they took me to a place and I had a fish taco that was to die for. Its been 3 years and I still dream about that taco. Gonna have to call him and find out the name of that place. All I know is it was somewhere in Long Beach.

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    I've been dreaming about Tacos since I was about 12 or so...give or take.

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    I've been dreaming about Tacos since I was about 12 or so...give or take.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    They put some real effort into this, props to the lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrpiffle View Post
    This shouldn't evoke any strong opinions or anything
    Burritos are gringo food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    I've been all over the Baja and find the food improves as you travel south...until you pass La Paz.
    Punta San Fransisquito, S/O/Cortez side. Access only if you fly in yourself.. Lobster burritos made while you wait. Just bring your own lobster from your dive.

    ahhhhhhhhhh Baja v

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    Rocky Point? is that south of arizona?

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    If you want good Tequila go to Mickeys in Rocky Point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Burritos are gringo food.
    Hell yes they are. Just don't add rice to a burrito. Adding rice to a burrito shows....well, it shows.

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    +1... tortas are mexican!

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    blah blah put in the fuggah what you wish and name it what you wish end of burrito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    Not much of a burrito fan, but while I was visiting friends in LA, they took me to a place and I had a fish taco that was to die for. Its been 3 years and I still dream about that taco. Gonna have to call him and find out the name of that place. All I know is it was somewhere in Long Beach.
    Head south to San Diego and they get even better.
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    after a 50 mile ride i will try this. but first the ride just to make it even.\

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    Quote Originally Posted by semental View Post
    after a 50 mile ride i will try this. but first the ride just to make it even.\

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john kuhl View Post
    no such thing as best burrito. I didn't see any baja style
    with seafood in there. I do love a good shrimp burrito.
    this !

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    Quote Originally Posted by semental View Post
    Dude what are you doing having a burrito in San Felipe?
    San Felipe = Fish Tacos
    There's a very strong probability that the dog meat was actually in tacos. I was on my 47th 10 ounce Corona by then and I had the munchies.

    Did I finish my dog meat whatever-they-weres? Oh, probably because I was hungry...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    What did??
    The place in SF got #1 in the "Best burrito in 'merica" article, resulting in the long line you see in the picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    There's a very strong probability that the dog meat was actually in tacos. I was on my 47th 10 ounce Corona by then and I had the munchies.

    Did I finish my dog meat whatever-they-weres? Oh, probably because I was hungry...
    I actually wouldn't mind trying dog meat if an opportunity presents. I'm curious what it tastes like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    The place in SF got #1 in the "Best burrito in 'merica" article, resulting in the long line you see in the picture.



    I actually wouldn't mind trying dog meat if an opportunity presents. I'm curious what it tastes like.
    Doesn't taste like chicken. Texture of almost pork, but with a less gamey, sweeter flavor. I highly don't recommend being in a position to taste it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrpiffle View Post
    Doesn't taste like chicken. Texture of almost pork, but with a less gamey, sweeter flavor. I highly don't recommend being in a position to taste it.
    I've been to the Philippines twice, I saw dog cages behind restaurants, although nothing was listed as dog on the menu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrpiffle View Post
    Doesn't taste like chicken. Texture of almost pork, but with a less gamey, sweeter flavor. I highly don't recommend being in a position to taste it.
    That actually sounds even more tempting.

    I guess it's a cultural thing (I grew up outside of the USA). I certainly don't want to eat my own pet dog and other dogs I have some emotional attachment to, but I really don't have any problem eating some random dog meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    That actually sounds even more tempting.

    I guess it's a cultural thing (I grew up outside of the USA). I certainly don't want to eat my own pet dog and other dogs I have some emotional attachment to, but I really don't have any problem eating some random dog meat.
    Ask this woman how it taste's.
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    I actually wouldn't mind trying dog meat if an opportunity presents. I'm curious what it tastes like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norton55 View Post
    That's sick. I feel bad for that woman.

    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    "Bandit, Bandit cover your ears"
    Bandit is safe, DJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    That's sick. I feel bad for that woman.



    Bandit is safe, DJ.
    No worries he minds well and covered his ears just in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    No worries he minds well and covered his ears just in time.
    Not to mention good ol' bandit would charm your butt off!
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    Best burrito in America

    Waaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Bandit is safe, DJ.
    Maybe not (licks chops)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawg View Post
    maybe not (licks chops)...
    woof!
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    I've had a lot of tacos in TJ. I bet a lot where dogs and cats. Like Hawg said
    after enough beers its all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Maybe not (licks chops)...
    Oh Hawg, I just about spilled out of my chair.
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    I hate to escalate this conversation to new lows, but I hope those TJ tacos don't/didn't have any man-flesh in them.

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    haha. funny, hawg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    haha. funny, hawg.
    Hey GOB, were you at the show? We were looking for you but we don't know what you look like, lol. We saw francois and 007 was texting with CHUM (but we never met up). I was going to ask you if you were wearing any panties if I would have happened upon you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Hey GOB, were you at the show? We were looking for you but we don't know what you look like, lol. We saw francois and 007 was texting with CHUM (but we never met up). I was going to ask you if you were wearing any panties if I would have happened upon you...
    You guys were there?! I had a pass but had some stuff come up. That would have been great to finally meet the SoCal guys.

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    I made the mistake of opening the Best Burrito link while I was eating a salad. I'm just so sad now.

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    After of full week of burritos....

    For those in the San Jose area... Taqueria El Coral - Blossom Valley - San Jose, CA | Yelp

    Taqueria El Coral I actually hit them up for 7 chicken/frijoles/salsa burritos over the course of the last week.
    Outfrigginstanding !!!!! Their beans and tortillas are what really make it spark. Homemade stretchy, chewy tortillas, solid beans. Yum.

    I'd give it 5 outta 5. Worth a try if you're in the area.

    Cheers !!!

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