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  • Mexico goes crazy for Dorilocos
  • Mexico goes crazy for Dorilocos
    Chente Bennington ©
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Mexico goes crazy for Dorilocos

Doritos might not be associated with local cuisine, but for Mexico’s street food vendors they’re a perfect blank canvas to experiment with. Packets are sliced open and piled with everything from meat to jelly beans - and Dorilocos (‘Crazy Doritos’) are selling like hotcakes.

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