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Your guide to Lodi’s taco trucks

The smell of sizzling onions and carne asada gets to you every time you drive by, so why not give one — or all — of Lodi’s taco trucks a taste? Here’s your guide to finding $4 super burritos, $1 tacos and parts of the cow you won’t find anywhere else.

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Posted: Saturday, July 17, 2010 12:00 am

July wasn’t holding back its strong heat, but it didn’t keep Albert Blanco from standing in the sun and eating a single beef taco at La Sabrosita, a taco truck that parks at the corner of Washington and Pine streets every day.  Twenty-year-old Blanco was passing by when he stopped for a cheap, fresh snack and a cold can of Pepsi.

“I have been coming here since I was a kid,” said Blanco, who sat at the wooden picnic table and finished the juicy taco in a number of bites.

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