Official description: The Quesalupa has melted pepper jack cheese stuffed inside a flaky, crispy shell. It’s layered with premium seasoned beef, crisp lettuce, real cheddar cheese, reduced-fat sour cream and diced ripe tomatoes.
>>7351182 >>7351187 >>7351192 It's the beef, lettuce, tomato, and cheese they use in their tacos (and other products) inside of a new shell. Color me surprised.
Have they lost the ability to innovate beyond creating new shells? The Doritos shells were underwhelming and long overdue, and now this is just an iteration of it, in a sense. That is to say, it's just a taco in a new shell.
How about you bring back the fucking chili cheese burrito you niggers? They also need more low calorie options.
>>7351211 Their Fresca menu (was that what it was called? I haven't eaten at one in 4 years) used to be good as fuck. There was something called the Santa Fe Chicken Taco or something I recall being amazing, and lo-cal to boot (for fast food anyway)
"It sounds weird, but it's actually a form of mildly sweet sugar we use to balance the flavor. You may have had it the last time you had a natural soda," Taco Bell says.
2. TORULA YEAST
"This is a form of yeast that gives our seasoned beef a more savory taste," the company says.
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3. MODIFIED CORN STARCH
"Actually, it's derived from corn, which is a food staple in Mexican culture as well as many others. We use a small amount as a thickener and to maintain moisture in our seasoned beef. It's common in many foods like yogurt," Taco Bell states.
4. SOY LECITHIN
"When you prepare as much seasoned beef as we do, you don't want it to separate. That's what soy lecithin does. It helps (with moisture) to bind substances that would otherwise separate -- like oil and water. It's a common ingredient in many grocery staples, like chocolate bars and salad dressings," says Taco Bell.
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5. SODIUM PHOSPHATES
Taco Bell says it uses this "to help make sure our seasoned beef is the right texture."
"They're also commonly found in deli items, cheeses, coffee drinks and desserts," the company says.
6. LACTIC ACID
Taco Bell says, "This safe acid occurs in almost all living things, and we use a very small amount to manage the acidity to get the right flavor."
7. CARAMEL COLOR AND COCOA POWDER
Taco Bell says the caramel color "is caramelized sugar, which is a commonly used food coloring (also found in cereals and pancake syrup). Cocoa Powder doesn't add any flavor to our recipe, but it helps our seasoned beef maintain a rich color."
Taco Bell: "It's a naturally occurring sugar that we use to improve the taste of our seasoned beef."
>>7347269 It's the quesalupa. >>7347587 You've been lied to. >>7348098 >>7348136 The quesalupa was on Conan last year when they visited the Taco Bell test lab. It's existence has been well known for a long time.
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