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AlanMexicali


Sep 5, 2015, 5:49 AM

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Re: [cbviajero] cooking pinta beans in a burritto stall

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So the next question in the natural string would be: where was the breakfast burrito invented?

They might not have been invented there but the best burritos,breakfast,or otherwise,can be found in LA,the burritos in Mexico , even the famous Burritos de Moyahua can't hold a candle to them.imo.


IMO the best burritos can be found at any Mexican taco shop in San Diego. The classic burrito there has no beans or rice added to dilute the meat, guacamole and salsa fresca. In LA they have meat, beans and rice and if you order an "all meat" burrito you are getting what San Diegans have been enjoying for decades at no extra cost like they are in LA. [an all meat burrito costs more] They are huge and have been all along. Thank Roberto´s Taco Shops for this since the 70s.


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