These tortillas worked really well for soft tacos. They had a good flavor, and held together really well (and our meat was pretty juicy – lots of taco seasoning tonight). At least mine did – Braden was taking all sorts of funky bites out of his because his taco was too big for his mouth.
They are a bit too big for children, because they are burrito sized tortillas. Carter had half of one, but promptly destroyed it anyways (though he did eat it all and all the insides, too).
I am really grateful to have finally found them. I have been looking since they came out, and asked every grocery store around to carry them. They finally showed up at the salvage health food store I go to.
You can’t really see it, but these are actually made by La Tortilla Factory. They also have teff wraps under their Smart & Delicious label, both dark and ivory teff.
I will definitely be buying these again (as long as I can find them). I have 2 & 1/2 packages in my freezer right now, and may go get some more before my store runs out of them.
Oh, very important, by the way, these are certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) run by GIG (Gluten Intolerance Group). This process involves lots of testing. Cynthia Kupper (national director of GIG) said that they even swabbed the air vents to check for gluten in the La Tortilla Factory – those people do a fantastic job at cleaning.
If you get a chance to try them, I would definitely recommend it.