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Reader: Taco Bell dishes up beef...or bull?

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While you'll find many of the meatier comments on our ongoing Denver Restaurant Week post (best DRW story wins an EatDenver deck), people are still talking about the beef (or lack thereof) at Taco Bell, which now has an ad with employees touting the 88 cent Crunchwrap Supreme. "The only beef in Taco Bell is in their BuII $h!t!," said one reader.

But then, there's this from GWTF:

..maybe WW should let go their obsession to bash Taco Bell at every chance. I see there's no mention here about Taco Bell's new Pacific Shrimp tacos and burritos. Oh they sound yummy!! But maybe they're not real shrimp?? Or like only 95% real shrimp cuz the rest is seasoning?? Meanwhile, what's Tacos y Salsas doing, adding more boogers to their salsa bar??

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