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TACO BELL'S HUGE, HALF-POUND MEAT BOAT IS BACK


"Taco Bell routinely tests the limits of how much ground beef it can stuff into its insane, Mexican-inspired stunt foods. The late-night favorite chain did exactly that with the beastly Triple Double Crunchwrap and again with the humongous Double Chalupa. Now, the second of the two meat monstrosities is officially back on the menu at T-Bells nationwide.

In case you've never subjected your stomach to the Double Chalupa, it's exactly what its name suggests: a hefty taco that's packed with double the ingredients -- beef, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, sour cream, and nacho cheese sauce -- of a normal Chalupa and probably double the reasons to question your life choices. In fact, Taco Bell claims the Double Chalupa is loaded with so much beef that each weigh 9 ounces, or more than half a pound. The chain even made an oversized taco shell to hold all the ingredients, which makes it resemble a boat."

Read the full article by Tony Merevick here.

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