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Old 02-05-19, 05:01 PM
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Fiberless Burrito and Diet Pepsi

I need to go to the grocery store ASAP ate a fiberless burrito and drank a diet pepsi after an afternoon bike ride.
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Old 02-05-19, 08:30 PM
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What the heck is a fiberless burrito, no beans? Does that even qualify for the name?
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No beans, some kind of paste I have no clue what is was I refused the read the ingredients. I have seen some labels that said mechanically separated parts .
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OK now I think windy tracked down Hondo Gravel, tied him up in a basement, forced him to give up his BF password, and is posting under his name
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No beans, some kind of paste I have no clue what is was I refused the read the ingredients. I have seen some labels that said mechanically separated parts .
Eeeeewwwww.......and I had a cheap burrito today.....
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Read the title as "fiberglass burrito" and now I'm disappointed that there are no giant burrito pics in this thread.
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Fiberglass Burrito would make a good band name.
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OK now I think windy tracked down Hondo Gravel, tied him up in a basement, forced him to give up his BF password, and is posting under his name
I can come up with crazy observations we joke around when we are hungry and all there is in the fridge are cheap burritos. Just nuke that fiberless burrito for 40 seconds then flip for another 40 seconds now you have a nutritious snack. Let it sit awhile or you will burn your mouth like eating hot pizza too soon.
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The cheap burritos take 99 seconds in my microwave. I wonder more about the mystery meat than the beans however.
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Ever eat a Jack in the Box taco... ever wonder what is inside? Don't know about now, but back about 1972 when I was a young lad working at the Box, frozen tacos were quick fried in grease, put into a rack, then cheesed, lettuced, and squirted with a thin red hot sauce. They were quite popular, and relatively new.

But what was that filling? No one knew... we thaw out a couple, and still could not figure it out...it was about two teaspoons of some mushy flavored mass of "stuff." Obviously seasoned just right... but pretty much unidentified "fiberless" mass.

That stuff must have made it's way into burritos by now.
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But what was that filling? No one knew... we thaw out a couple, and still could not figure it out...it was about two teaspoons of some mushy flavored mass of "stuff." Obviously seasoned just right... but pretty much unidentified "fiberless" mass.

That stuff must have made it's way into burritos by now.
Yes, thatís a good comparison. Those things were a great deal BITD as a broke student looking to eat cheap.
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Once, in a momentary lapse of reason, my son-in-law and I each ate three Jack-In-The-Box tacos. Three. Each.

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How do you make a burrito without fiber? Force field around the filling?
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I think we've replaced Windy here pretty well, much as we miss him.
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Originally Posted by genec View Post
Ever eat a Jack in the Box taco... ever wonder what is inside? Don't know about now, but back about 1972 when I was a young lad working at the Box, frozen tacos were quick fried in grease, put into a rack, then cheesed, lettuced, and squirted with a thin red hot sauce. They were quite popular, and relatively new.

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That stuff must have made it's way into burritos by now.
Suffice it to say that no part of the cow goes to waste.
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