There's a restaurant by the name of Tacos La Shula's down in Texas that is known for their insane burrito challenge.

All you have to do is eat a 10 pound burrito in less than an hour. It's only about 4 feet of burrito, covered in cheese, all on an appropriately sized cutting board.

A single person has an hour, or two people get a half hour. $50 for the burrito, but if you get through the challenge, they pay you back for it, plus you get a shirt and a spot on the wall of fame.

Competitive eater Raina Huang took the challenge by herself. She had an hour to get through the four-foot burrito, but she didn't even need ten minutes.

 

It took her 9 minutes and 4 seconds to do what most people fail after an hour. She took to it smartly, scooping all of the burrito's innards out and eating them first, before finally eating the whole cheese covered shell.

Having a good tactic and a plan seems like the way to get any of these done, rather than just sit down and start eating.

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