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You heard it here first: No one is too good for Chipotle.

Even millionaire celebrities, with their private jets and their super fancy hairdos, cannot resist the sweet, sweet nectar of the burrito bowl. Today's example is Khloe Kardashian, who was spotted yesterday by employees and customers hitting up a local Houston Chipotle. She was there with her NBA beau James Harden, and according to the other fast casual Mexican food lovers in attendance, they did not hold back on their order. It seems they got themselves several chicken burrito bowls and...wait for it...extra guacamole.

That's right, even Khloé Kardashian herself has to suffer the indignity of paying for a side of guac. Do you know no leniency, Chipotle?

But luckily for Khloé, and the rest of the Chipotle fans out there, one totally genius intern has discovered a foolproof way to get 86% more Chipotle without paying a single extra cent. It's advice that she and James would be hard-pressed to turn down.

So how did he do it? By straight-up hard work and a very dedicated research procedure. Dylan Grosz, from Apartment List, went to Chipotle for a week straight and ordered a total of 35 different items with varying amounts of each ingredient. He weighed everything out individually, found out how to get the most of each ingredient, and then combined that into one monstrous (and regularly-priced!) order. So behold the new secret to getting an 86% bigger Chipotle burrito.

1. Order a bowl, with the tortilla on the side. You can even weasel your way into getting two tortillas for no extra price.
2. Ask for both brown rice and cilantro-lime rice.
3. Ask for both black beans and pinto beans.
4. Order 1/2 portions of two different meats.
5. Make sure they give you fajita vegetables and corn salsa (employees typically skip over this option).

And voilâ! You'll have to figure out how to wrap your own burrito, but that's a small price to pay for this insane life hack. And Chipotle was never the same again.