News broke early last month that Taco Bell would be coming out with French fries in the near future. However, personally, I thought, why? Their Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes and Cinnamon Twist sides blow plain ol' fries out of the water. But now, I finally get it—Taco Bell is putting those fries inside of a burrito.

But Where? 

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Emma Salters

Yes, according to Foodbeast, Taco Bell's new California Burrito is being tested in Charleston, West Virginia, now through late December. Each cheesy, fry-filled burrito costs only $1.99, or in a box with a Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco, a crunchy taco, and a medium drink for $5. 

Fries In a Burrito?!

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The combo of French fries and burritos comes from San Diego. Taco Bell's version is doesn't stray to far from the Cali tradition (meat, cheese, salsa, guac, and fries), but is opting for nacho cheese instead of shredded, and adding sour cream, because that's always a good idea. 

Foodbeast also reports that it's not just the California Burrito that they're testing—say hello to a whole trio of Loaded Fries Burritos. The others include a Chipotle burrito (same as the California, but with chipotle sauce instead of guac) and the Supreme (this is just the Cali without guac, and idk why anyone would get this). 

This Ain't The First Time

Technically, this isn't the first time French fries have been introduced to the Taco Bell menu. Back in May, you may remember Taco Bell testing out nacho-loaded fries (also in West Virginia, what gives?). 

So it's safe to say, the chain is reallllllly interested in bringing fries to it's menu. As long as their stuffed into burritos or doused in nacho toppings, I'm down. But as a side? I'm still loyal to the Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes.