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Zero net carb soft tortillas.

Old 10-20-2022, 12:20 PM
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This product is helping me lose the extra pounds I gained over the last year.

https://www.missionfoods.com/product...llas-original/

I cut then up into strips and put in hot chicken broth with vegetables and chicken. Chicken noodle soup.

I use them instead of bread for sandwiches and toast. And of course for taco and wraps.
I spray with olive oil spray sprinkle salt put in air fryer to make tortilla chips. I put in skillet with a little oil and let puff up for mini pizza crusts. Every carb not eaten is a victory.

I buy them at Kroger. I'm stocking the freezer with them because they seem to be very hard to find.

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Old 10-20-2022, 01:13 PM
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I love Mission tortillas! They have the best gluten free tortillas of anyone!
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Old 10-21-2022, 04:46 AM
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I believe Walmart sells mission tortillas; however, I don't know about the low carb ones.
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Old 10-21-2022, 04:59 AM
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HEB is a Texas store. The one I frequent has a machine for making fresh tortillas! They have a keto tortilla that is amazing, but they spoil quickly. I have found that almond flour makes baked goods soggy after a day if I place them in airtight containers, so I loosely cover with plastic wrap instead. I think the low carb tortillas use almond flour.
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Old 10-21-2022, 05:10 AM
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These are not gluten free. Ingredients list Wheat flour starch and vital wheat glutens. No alternative flours. Taste like a regular flour tortilla. High fiber is the key to being no net carbs.
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I live in Canada and when my husband would go to the US for work during Covid, I would have him pick me up 10 packs at a time and put them in the freezer!!!

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I live in Canada and when my husband would go to the US for work during Covid, I would have him pick me up 10 packs at a time and put them in the freezer!!!

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No Mission tortilas in Canada??? That's it then. I'm not going.
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I love Mission tortillas! They have the best gluten free tortillas of anyone!
That is good to know. I purchased GF ones from Aldi and they were difficult to work with. I'm not sure about the taste. Meijer carries Mission here.
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I have seen Mission brand in every grocery store I've been to in my area of AR. Even Dollar General sells them. I didn't know there was another brand.
I use the net zero street size for bread. I heat in skillet to make it like toast and not so floppy. I found the net zero tomato and basil ones too at a small grocery store in town.
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Mission does have Gluten Free tortillas, they have a bright green banner across the front of the package. I buy them at Walmart, they taste really good and puff up nice when I brown them in the pan.
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