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9 Times Latino Foods were Butchered in 2015

It’s been a rough year for Latino foods. Everyone from the The New York Times to Whole Foods just couldn’t get enough of trying to “reinvent” classic and staple Latino foods. There is just one thing to say: if it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it!

There was that one time The New York Times suggested adding peas to your guac.

Guacamole came under attack again when Whole Foods attempted to make it more hip.

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Seriously, guys. Guacamole is perfect as is. There is no reason for you to meddle with a food that has withstood the test of time. It’s like someone saying you should add mole to your barbecue sauce to make it a little more festive.

READ: 9 Mexican Food Items from Whole Foods that Deserve a ‘You Tried’ Sticker

Then Taco Bell did THIS.

Trader Joe’s thought about making a Cubano with “inspired” ingredients…

Fusion foods are typically wonderful experiments, but why just tacos?

https://www.instagram.com/p/8zOgOZOGd1/

Two words: Quinoa Pizza.

This thing… ?

If you’re one of those people who wondered if a tortilla etched by a laser cutter could ultimately become a “tortilla record” and be capable of actually playing on a turntable, your wait is over…

h/t: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCreRPuzj0lJX_nHsyIUD2RQ

Posted by Inverse on Thursday, July 9, 2015

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I don’t know about you, but mamá always taught me to respect food., not waste it on this bobería.

One restaurant in San Antonio just had to make a splash with this Mexican take on burgers.

https://www.instagram.com/p/9Jr4ffo7Md/

And then, to top it all off, Oreo pulled this nonsense.

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Sure, at first we were all like, “YAAASSSSS!” But then we realized churros are perfect as is and there is no need to turn them into Oreos.

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