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Tacopedia

Taco lovers rejoice! Tacopedia is an encyclopedic tribute to Mexico┤s tacos and taco culture, with everything you need to know about one of the worlds most popular dishes. From the history of the tortilla, to 100 recipes for fillings, salsas, sauces and more, this is the ultimate reference on taco culture. Tacopedias highly graphic style is beautifully illustrated with street photography around Mexico, and accompanied by interviews, stories, illustrations, graphics, maps, and much more.

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