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Free Curried Goat Tacos: Dos Equis Taco Truck In Miami Wednesday

If you've been waiting for the day a Dos Equis taco truck drives into your city, stay thirsty my friend. It's coming soon.

The "most interesting" food truck in the world is on a multi-city tour and coming here on Wednesday, partnering with Jefe's food truck and chef Jack Garabedian to throw a 10-day Cinco de Mayo free taco binge for all.

But be sure to bring an iron stomach. The tacos are made with snails, corn fungus, fried frog legs, ox tail, and curried goat.

All six cities on the tour will compete for bravest palate as each taco eater earns "bravery points" for eating the weirdest taco.

Other cities have different taco filling like fried pork skins, chicken gizzards and hog stomachs.

Those interested can check the bravery points leader board, menus, and photos, as well as scheduled stops on the Dos Equis Facebook page.

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The craziness begins Wednesday, April 25 and continues for 10 days, culminating on May 5 -- Cinco de Mayo. The limit is one taco per person, per day while supplies last. They say the quantity is limited, but maybe you can pull an urban foraging mission.

It is the only food truck where animals beg to have their dead flesh sold, it is... the most interesting food truck in the world.

C'mon Miami, let's beat those other blighted, taco-slurpin' landfills with skyscrapers.

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