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Pantry crap. 20% coupon only applies for first item.
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i want to buy these and see if they pack them in same box as my 20 lb dog food bag with one piece of brown paper for padding. . my guess would be yes
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I buy the 12ct tortillaland flour ones at Kroger here on the east coast for $1.99. No preservatives, they are the best, short of making from scratch or living on the left coast/southwest where there are more options.
Walmart has them as well, but cost more than Kroger usually.

6 of these will just fit on an oven rack, so I can get all 12 done at once with two racks. might need to poke them with a knife or teriyaki stick since they puff up while baking. They cook fast, less than 10 minutes, have to watch them so they don't burn. Turn them over and swap from lower to upper rack if possible till just brown. I usually baste on just a little oil or butter before putting into the preheated oven, you can add seasoning too for variety like smoked paprika, etc. 6 cooked tortillas will fit in a grocery bag nicely. They keep crispy for weeks normal room temperature. Pile on refried beans, chopped lettuce tomatoes guac sour cream salsa....or veggies, rice, kitchen sink, getting hungry now.
Tortillaland corn tortillas are good too. I end up baking those in the oven all at once and using them like the flour ones. Too time consuming to fry them. I've got a local mexican restaurant that makes/sell corn tortillas, but I prefer the tortillaland ones.
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