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Play This Ingredient-Guessing Game and Chipotle Will Award You with a Free Burrito

Play This Ingredient-Guessing Game and Chipotle Will Award You with a Free Burrito


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Think you know what ingredients are in Chipotle and other fast foods?

Play the game to guess what ingredients are present in Chipotle and other fast food menu items.

Chipotle wants to test how well you know what ingredients are in their food — and the food of their competitors — in a new game called Friend or Faux?

The objective is to guess whether an ingredient is found in the food at Chipotle, another fast food chain, or both restaurants. You can even enter to win free Chipotle for two for a whole year.

To play, choose a menu item from Chipotle and an item from another chain — a “crunchy vortex taco,” “tuck it all tastepouch,” or “hunka hunka chickenwich,” for example. Then, a list of ingredients will drop down, and you’ll guess whether each one is found in a menu item from Chipotle or another fast food chain.

The ingredients are either “friend” or “faux.” Friendly ingredients are ones that are found in a farmers market or grocery store and faux ingredients are artificial ingredients.

Before playing, you can study the ingredients in each menu item to make sure you get everything right. The Friend or Faux site even breaks down how many of the ingredients are artificial.

Chipotle is the first chain to go completely GMO-free.


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

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Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:


Latest Kickstarter campaign includes a Chipotle burrito and a skydive. You in?

A man in Chicago wants to jump out of a plane with a Chipotle chicken burrito. And he’s created a Kickstarter campaign to ask complete strangers to pay for his burrito skydiving excursion.

Noboru Bitoy, a student at the Art Institute of Chicago, created a campaign on the popular crowd-funding website earlier this month to raise the $8 it would cost him to buy a Chipotle burrito.

“Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle?” wrote Bitoy on his Kickstarter page. “I will find & display the answer in a creative presentation!”

He met his goal quickly and as promised offered a creative presentation in the form of a video and a burrito graphic. On a scale of “no to wow” he gave it a “yum.” And even though he reached his goal, the money kept coming.

He took the extra money and started trying different variations of chicken burritos. Some on flour tortillas, some on wheat tortillas. Some with salsa, some with salsa and beans. He consumed 24 different variations, but as the donations increased, he decided to make a new goal.

“The other night I was thinking, how would a burrito taste while plummeting back to earth?” Bitoy asked in another video posted on his page. “My next stretch goal is skydiving with the burrito.”

With 21 days left in the 30-day campaign, he has 173 backers who have collectively donated $680.

“To be honest, I did not imagine that the campaign would go as far as it has,” said Bitoy. “Naturally, I feel great about it. Love it or hate it, there’s a place for everything on the internet.”

He’s planning to make the dive some time after March 29 and make an infographic on skydiving with a burrito.

“I’m going skydiving because I want to please my donors by taking Kickstarter to places it hasn’t been yet,” said Bitoy. “Plus, I’ve never skydived.”

For the skydive, he asked for $500: $229 will pay for the tandem dive, $114 to hire a skydiving videographer (seems kind of cheap to pay someone to hold a camera and jump out of a plane, right?), $100 for a vehicle rental and gas to drive to Wisconsin, the closest skydive area to where he lives, and $50 to cover the material costs to print the stickers and T-shirts he’s promised the people who donated money to his campaign.

Want more quirky food news? Follow me on Twitter: @Jenn_Harris_ALSO:



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