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WARNING – this recipe is posted for informational purposes to the Herb and Spice challenged residents* of certain U.S. regions and other English speaking countries.
Tacos of Mexican origin are never (well, rarely) made with ground beef, black olives, lettuce and cheddar cheese. Real tacos use actual corn tortillas, homemade salsa and a variety of imaginatively cooked meats or other fillings.
Please STAY THE HECK AWAY from ‘taco’ shells, ‘taco’ seasoning packets, bottled spice blends (Gebhardts) and cooked bottled ‘salsas’ (Pace, Old El Paso, etc.).
That said, a well made gringo taco is a perfectly tasty snack.
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