That’s what I’m calling my tofu and beef burrito from the Yumbii truck. They looked at me a little skeptically the first time or two but have since acquiesced to my request without a double-take or an increase in price. Heck yeah. I never order the same thing twice, but things are little different when it comes to food trucks and I am so thankful that the Yumbii truck has made Thursdays across from Rhodes Hall a habit.
November 9, 2012
the half-veg please
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