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|Subject: Re: Eating a Chipotle Burrito...||Date: 10/4/2012 12:30 AM|
|Author: andrew61||Number: 646865 of 709850|
Good Lord...this burrito must be 2-3 pounds. $9 buckeroos.....barbacoa meat, quality seasoned rice, diced tomatoes, guacamole, cheese, two types of salsa, lettuce.
Haven't had one in a couple of years. Can't finish the darn thing.
Nine dollars? I get a vegetarian burrito plus a small soda, and I only pay $8.64 after tax.
Then again, they don't charge extra for guacamole on the veggie burritos, only on the meat ones.
I typically get one made with brown rice, black beans, a bit of those green peppers/onions, two salsas (diced tomatoes - mild, roasted chili corn - medium), sour cream and cheese both, and a dab of guacamole.
They don't quite fill me up like they used to, however... I suspect they're not as big as they used to be, but I can't prove it.
I think tomorrow I'll head back to the falafel place that I visited on Monday, and get one of their falafel bowls.
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