Wow thanks, I shop there I hit the ground beef isle, the bread isle and the 80% cocoa. I did buy the GF pancake mix...unfortunately you have to add egg etc using 1/2 box...yeah right I live by myself, I only eat 1 pancake at a time. Great for a family.
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Most corn tortillas are gluten free. You just have to make sure flour is not added. Trader Joe's and Whole Foods sell rice and or teff tortillas. There is also a crispy flat bread made from lentils called Papadams. I have found them at World Market and in Indian Stores. If you brush them with oil and put them in the microwave the plump up. They are tasty with honey or dipping in Hummus.
Food For Life GF Rice Tortillias are found in the frozen section of stores that carry gf products. Betty H is Betty Hagman, probably the first writer of gf cookbooks. She died a few years ago, a great loss to the gf community. Her books, all starting with "The Gluten-Free Gourmet" are classics and the flour mix that you find quoted so often on blogs and generally on the interent was developed by her. There are 2 recipes for gf tortillias in "The Gluten Free Gourmet Cooks Fast and Healthy", probably my favourite cookbook..
Yes I have the recipes. I am not home right now and won't be for a week but here are links to them. My non GF friends even like them They make great wraps, but you do need to eat them soon after making them. I free the ones from Better batter and they are good reheated. You can find the Better Batter one on line. It works best with her flour. betterbatter.org/gluten-free-flour-t or tillaswww.eatingglutenfree.com/ Look under recipes and you can find the one for the tortillas.
My suggestion is to make them from scratch. Once I discovered how easy they were to make I never bought those cardboard ones again. The recipes with the Better Batter flour is my upmost favorite. I also like the one in Betty H. cookbook.
Do you have a Whole Foods near you? Or a local health food store? Those would be my suggestions. Or if your local grocery store has a specialty foods/organic section, I would check there. Otherwise, I suggest the internet, like Amazon.
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