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 Post subject: The Official VBB&F Burrito thread.
PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 3:35 pm 
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I don't know if it's the official food of this website, but the word burrito seems to come up a lot on this site, so I thought I'd have a thread where we can share our favorite combos (for those of us who make them).

I normally add spinach or something green, but we didn't have anything good to put on, but this is what I've been eating a lot of:

- Black Beans
- Brown Rice
- Chickpeas
- My homemade BBQ sauce (Onion Powder, Cayenne Pepper, Tomato Paste, Mustard & Molasses (spelling?))
- Chopped onion, pepper, tomato (whatever is in the house)
- Spinach (not pictured)

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:22 pm 
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Mmmmm...burritos are probably the most delicious food ever.


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burritos are my numer one food source. lol

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I eat most of my burritos out aka Chipotle, Qdoba, Taco Bell, Mad Mex, Moe's. But, I've got a new pack of whole wheat tortillas in the fridge, I'll let you know what I put on them. 8)

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michaelhobson wrote:
I eat most of my burritos out aka Chipotle, Qdoba, Taco Bell, Mad Mex, Moe's. But, I've got a new pack of whole wheat tortillas in the fridge, I'll let you know what I put on them. 8)


I should drive out there again and let *YOU* know what *I* put on them, like the last bag. ;)

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Odidnetne wrote:
michaelhobson wrote:
I eat most of my burritos out aka Chipotle, Qdoba, Taco Bell, Mad Mex, Moe's. But, I've got a new pack of whole wheat tortillas in the fridge, I'll let you know what I put on them. 8)


I should drive out there again and let *YOU* know what *I* put on them, like the last bag. ;)


:lol: Yeah, I was thinking about you the other night when we bought them. I also picked up some organic refried black beans with red jalapeno peppers. Tiffaney just now opened up a can to go with her roasted tomato salsa and homemade guacamole! We're just scooping it with corn chips right now though, no burritos. :D

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:53 pm 
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I had a burrito tonight, but I forgot to take a photo of it.

This was a very generic burrito - one flour tortilla, one giant scoop of refried beans. In fact, it was barely a burrito, it wouldn't close it was so full of beans.


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Michelle wrote:
In fact, it was barely a burrito, it wouldn't close it was so full of beans.


:lol: Those are the best kind. Eat it with a fork! :twisted:

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He's right, who cares if it's "fancy and rolled up"? Just dig in. :-D

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I don't know how I missed this!

Has anyone else had more than 7 large burritos on one day?

Please post records.

That is mine. And 11 for a 3-day period.

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Not quite a burrito, but still, very good in a wrap, which is like a tortilla I suppose... I made enough for three wraps and thats been my dinner the last two nights. I think I've had 3 or 4 burritos in a single day, no Vegan Rob, but someday... :D

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robert wrote:
I don't know how I missed this!

Has anyone else had more than 7 large burritos on one day?

Please post records.

That is mine. And 11 for a 3-day period.

:naka:


7 in 24 hours I've had. 4 late at night and then 3 for a late breakfast the next morning, does that count?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:34 pm 
When I was 14 I ate 27 tacos...not vegan but I'm sure I could have eaten just the same amount. As for vegan burritos I've eaten 3.5 Chipotle burritos in one day(actually a little over an hour)...it was quite nice...it would have been only 3 if my friend could have finished his second one. These are monstrous burritos and very yummy. I think I could do 5 max though...they are likely 1.5 lbs or so.


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When I was 14 I ate 27 tacos


This might be the greatest start to any post I've ever seen on this forum! Only other potter posts come close to it :wink:

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:17 pm 
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I ate a burrito from moes today it was good I was dissapointed with the guacamole since they had spilled cheese in it, but i see this often at burrito places. Its bad since i really like the guac.


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