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Posts: 608 4/29/08 7:03 P
I used don panchos whole wheat wraps ... i didn't see any sugars on them but i have to check closer next time .. they have 10g fiber in em and like 7 or 8 of protein or someting ..... they taste like cardboard though. LOL!
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Posts: 910 4/20/08 10:35 P
I use the Whole Foods Brand - 365 Organic Whole Wheat Tortillas. I think there are like 3 ingredients - very clean.
I am considering trying to eat those less often and eating the Ezekial Sprouted grain ones more often. I do LOVE the wheat ones, but I think the sprouted grain ones are a little more nutritious.
I also buy the Whole Foods 365 Organic Corn Tortillas too - I love them and I believe they have 2 ingredients.
current weight: 161.3
Fitness Minutes: (5,733) Posts: 277 4/14/08 9:07 P
I'm not sure if "Dillons" stores are in your area, but I found the Ezekiel line there.
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Posts: 3,795 4/14/08 3:53 P
There is also Mission Tortilla Wraps. As long as they are 100% whole grain then sometimes you have to overlook some things, but not all things.
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Posts: 13,630 4/14/08 3:17 P
The link I posted has a store finder option with a Canadian zip code locator...maybe that would help!!!
Fitness Minutes: (194,382) Posts: 39,362 4/14/08 3:17 P
I use La Tortilla's tortillas too - a bit cleaner than the flatout.
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I'll see if I can find the ezekiel wraps. We don't have trader Joe's here in Canada, but I can get the bread at my natural food store. I usually find it in the freezer, but don't recall seeing the wraps.
I'll check this weekend and see. Thanks for the tips.
I've used both of those items and I can't find anything close to being clean. I love the flat-out wraps but I stopped buying them because of all the junk in them.....I love doing the wraps with pb or even some turkey or chicken meat...
edit** I haven't seen the wraps at TJ's!! I'll have to look next time I'm done there--which just might be this weekend!!
Edited by: RUNNERMOMTO3 at: 4/14/2008 (15:03)
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What about La Tortilla Factory's Whole Wheat tortillas? That's what I use whenever I need tortillas, but I haven't inspected the ingredient list--but thanks for reminding me--I will definitely check now!
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Posts: 504 4/14/08 2:03 P
I no longer have a lot of breads in my diet and when I do I stick with ezekiel, but one of my favorite treats is a whole wheat wrap with natural peanut butter. I have been using "flat-out wraps - multi-grain", but I just read the ingredients list and I was shocked by all the preservatives (these are ENDORSED by Bob Greene's best life diet!!!). Can anyone recommend a "clean" version that doesn't taste like cardboard?
Height 5 ' 7 BMI: 21.3 HW: 145 CW: 135 GW: 125
current weight: 143.0
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