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...More Taco Hell

OK so I hate to be a buzz kill, but I think it may be in your best interest to stop eating at fast food taco joints for the time being.

Taco John's, the self proclaimed fresh taste of the west-mex, has a reported "possible" E. coli scare as three dozen people became ill after eating at a Taco John's restaurant in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The symptoms seem to follow suit with those that come from consuming the E.coli bacteria and many people have been hospitalized. While we wait to find out if it was really E. coli that was making everyone sick, all suspected food ingredients have been removed from the menu and the restaurant has been sanitized.

Interestingly enough, Taco John's is not at all affiliated with Taco Bell, who has been battling their own E. coli issues.

Fit's Tip: Seriously gang, if you need a taco fix then try making your own tacos at home right now. They are easy to make, way better for you and a lot less likely to contain E.coli than those you'll get at a fast food joint.

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flutterpie flutterpie 9 years
e coli is keeping me on my diet. i know he thinks you're fine and stuff but does he know how to wind you up?
GiggleSugar GiggleSugar 9 years
Fresh e. coli? Maybe that's what they meant...
DStirk DStirk 9 years
um yeah. what's the deal? since the e coli prob with taco bell i havent been eager to go... how come people are still getting sick. Stop eating there for one day! jeez.
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