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    If I were back home, I could hit up a tortilleria or a restaurant that goes out of its way to sell its homemade tortillas. Arguably worth the price to avoid the work. Around here, we're stuck with those terrible Mission or whatever tortillas at the supermarket. Now those are something life is too short to be consuming.

    Masa is dirt cheap and it's maybe like 30 minutes of active labor to be set for the week with some corn tortillas actually worth consuming. Appreciate the post, OP. Lost the handle to my other press during my most recent move.
    Because the top plate contacts the masa ball at an angle and pushes it toward the other side until it flattens out. If you start in the center your tortilla will run off the edge
    I bought this last time and I'll never buy store bought tortillas again! Once you figure out the motions you can fly through making these. Just use one piece of plastic wrap on the top/bottom and place dough slightly off-center on the press. The plastic wrap makes removing the tortillas and cleanup a breeze!

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    Life is short, time is finite, and I can buy a lot of tortillas for $20.
    If I were back home, I could hit up a tortilleria or a restaurant that goes out of its way to sell its homemade tortillas. Arguably worth the price to avoid the work. Around here, we're stuck with those terrible Mission or whatever tortillas at the supermarket. Now those are something life is too short to be consuming.

    Masa is dirt cheap and it's maybe like 30 minutes of active labor to be set for the week with some corn tortillas actually worth consuming. Appreciate the post, OP. Lost the handle to my other press during my most recent move.
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    If I were back home, I could hit up a tortilleria or a restaurant that goes out of its way to sell its homemade tortillas. Arguably worth the price to avoid the work. Around here, we're stuck with those terrible Mission or whatever tortillas at the supermarket. Now those are something life is too short to be consuming.

    Masa is dirt cheap and it's maybe like 30 minutes of active labor to be set for the week with some corn tortillas actually worth consuming. Appreciate the post, OP. Lost the handle to my other press during my most recent move.
    If I was back in Texas, HEB carries decent "home style" tortillas made fresh at the store. But I am not in Texas any longer and agree the grocery Mission etc brands are just terrible and full of preservatives. Even the salsa options here are poor. Making these stuff myself is the best option short of taking a trip south. Will also try to make roti and other flat breads. I missed this deal last time, in for one! Thanks OP
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    I bought this last time and I'll never buy store bought tortillas again! Once you figure out the motions you can fly through making these. Just use one piece of plastic wrap on the top/bottom and place dough slightly off-center on the press. The plastic wrap makes removing the tortillas and cleanup a breeze!
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    Awesome deal, they sold out to fast to get one last time!!! In for 1!!!. Nothing beats homemade tortillas!!!
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    I bought this last time and I'll never buy store bought tortillas again! Once you figure out the motions you can fly through making these. Just use one piece of plastic wrap on the top/bottom and place dough slightly off-center on the press. The plastic wrap makes removing the tortillas and cleanup a breeze!
    Why off center?
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    Got one thanks!
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    Why off center?
    Because the top plate contacts the masa ball at an angle and pushes it toward the other side until it flattens out. If you start in the center your tortilla will run off the edge
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    I have this brand and love it. It works well and fresh tortillas are definitely worth the $20.
    Fry them and they're the best chips you've ever had.

    My sister had the bellemain brand and it's basically the same with a different stamp. It's actually sometimes cheaper than this one.
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    I waited for this to come back at this price on Amazon and then realized it's the same price at Target and has been for a while.

    https://www.target.com/p/victoria...XBEALw_wcB
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    If I were back home, I could hit up a tortilleria or a restaurant that goes out of its way to sell its homemade tortillas. Arguably worth the price to avoid the work. Around here, we're stuck with those terrible Mission or whatever tortillas at the supermarket. Now those are something life is too short to be consuming.

    Masa is dirt cheap and it's maybe like 30 minutes of active labor to be set for the week with some corn tortillas actually worth consuming. Appreciate the post, OP. Lost the handle to my other press during my most recent move.
    a lot of good tortillas in our local stores (we're in so cal, so that's expected) ... it is easy and fun to make sometimes however.
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    Life is short, time is finite, and I can buy a lot of tortillas for $20.
    Wanna taco 'bout it?
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    a lot of good tortillas in our local stores (we're in so cal, so that's expected) ... it is easy and fun to make sometimes however.
    Yeah I'd imagine there might be some good options with a good sized Mexican population in a metro area. Hometown for me is a somewhat rinky-dink Mexican neighborhood. We did have El Milagro tortillas, though. Only retail brand I've encountered so far that I'd vaguely trust with taco fixings. If you've got any recommendations, I'm all ears even if just for freezing in bulk. I'm definitely not above having a lazy week or three.
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