World's First Burrito Vending Machine Is as Bad as You'd Expect

The future is here, or at least it's in Los Angeles. Last month, a company called Burritobox installed "world's first burrito kiosk" inside of an LA convenience store.

The machine offers five options—three breakfast burritos and two regular. All five are, according to Burritobox, made with 100% natural ingredients: the breakfast burritos are made with cage-free eggs, and the chicken is free-range. They cost $3, not including condiments—you can add sour cream, Tabasco, and guacamole—or tax, and are ready in a minute. Not bad!

But how do they taste? According to LAist, who tried all five, they're about as good as your standard microwavable gas station burrito, which is to say: sort of bad. But still: For less than $5, you could probably do worse.