What’s this all about?


Did you try the Master Cleanse and feel hungry all the time? Did South Beach leave you cold? Did you climb on board the Paleo train only to learn that cavemen didn’t ride on trains? Finally, there is a new diet plan that will have you actually enjoying life. One that you will actually be able to stick to: The Taco Cleanse!

The Taco Cleanse was created through many years of research by a group of dedicated Taco Scientists in Austin, Texas. Taking the seemingly simple and perfect concept of the Taco, this diet re-imagines it to fit every kind of lifestyle. The Taco Cleanse will bring all of your levels to new heights and increase your nutrimatter content a thousandfold.

Are you looking to grow a beard? The Taco Cleanse has been shown to produce a glorious beard for the formerly hairless! Wes

Are you trying to conceive a child? In a recent study 100% of women trying to conceive successfully became pregnant within weeks of being on the Taco Cleanse.

Molly and JonahAnd have no fear, ladies who are trying not to conceive, the Taco Cleanse can also enhance whatever birth control methods you are using.

The benefits of a Taco Cleanse are too numerous to name but here are some highlights:

  • You will wake up in the morning with new enthusiasm when you know your day is going to start with a breakfast taco.
  • Your chakras will become realigned into an optimal taco pattern.
  • Your life will become more fun and you will make more friends while consuming the required margarita supplements on the plan.
  • Your sleep will improve as you begin to detox from the negative self images associated with other diet plans.

So what are you waiting for? Take the first step to a better life by pre-ordering The Taco Cleanse today.

42 thoughts on “What’s this all about?

  1. Manuel Santana

    So, basically, this is the eat like a poor Mexican diet. Very funny. You know, I remember my grandfather’s stories of having to eat nothing but tortillas and Chile peppers because that’s all they had to eat. Good job.

    • mollyjade

      Manuel, we’re sorry to have hurt you. We tried to be very respectful of Mexican culture in the book. The book itself is not really a cleanse. It’s satire making fun of fad diets like master cleanse. We very much hate harmful weight loss diets and their effect on our mental and physical health. Living in Austin, Texas, we eat tacos very often. This felt natural to us because it’s what we eat. But we apologize if this sits wrong with you.

      • Kit M


        Anyone that cracks open your book can tell that it’s definitely a satire, and a super fun and delicious one at that. I, for one, LOVE the book and give you taco scientists a round of applause!

        I have only one question: Is there a rehab group for those of us that are addicted to the wicked siren song of the dreaded burritos? I aim to be a taco purist, but sometimes I fold my tortillas too many times.

  2. The inventors of this cleanse are genius. The studies cited may be suspect, but encouraging positive body image through happy eating is progressive and necessary. Furthermore, bringing young children into the fun by setting out a taco bar and letting them create their own cleansing tacos! This gives children safe control in the kitchen, exposing them to delicious and healthy taco components, making them more willing to experiment and setting them up for a happy and healthy taco-filled existence! Meanwhile, the parents can congratulate themselves on happy little eaters while enjoying their margarita supplements! Fantastic concept!

  3. Jennifer

    I bought this book for my kids a few years ago and this summer we are going to eat tacos every Saturday night with recipes from this book. But one question: I don’t know from tacos and I don’t live near Austin. And I am confused about all the fillings and what would go with what. There are recipes for fillings and sauces and tortillas, but no “prescriptions” for what to serve together like in other cookbooks. This weekend I want to make the Comforting Seitan Guisada but I don’t know what else to pair it with it and I am very afraid. Are there rules about what goes with what?

    • mollyjade

      Guisada doesn’t need anything else. Just top with chopped onion and cilantro, for those that like those toppings. Sides that go well with most tacos: beans, rice, simple green salad, sauteed summer squash, fresh (or frozen-thawed) mango or pineapple.

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