So I found these Tortillas at Sam's Club

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  1. Surfzup2k3

    Surfzup2k3 New Member

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    They are made by Sante Fe Tortilla Company. IIRC, they were about 3 bucks for a pack of 20 9" wraps. They are 100% whole wheat and taste awesome. They are so moist you have to slide your hand all the way in the bag to get them apart :naughty:.

    The nurtition facts table on the back reads:

    (Per tortilla, 57g)

    Calories- 100 (From fat 30)
    Total Fat- 3.5g
    Sat fat- 0g
    Trans fat-0g
    Cholesterol- 0g
    Sodium- 490mg :)ugh: misprint? They don't taste salty at all)
    Total Carbs- 13g
    Dietary Fiber- 7g
    Sugars- 0g
    Protein- 8g


    First few ingredients:

    Whole wheat flour, water, contains one of the following: expeller-pressed canola oil, soy oil, or safflower oil, oat fiber, soy protein, soy fiber, cellulose fiber, baking powder, ect....



    Good or bad? At a glance they seem pretty good for you aside from the sodium.
     
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    ccrooks New Member

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    not bad... even the sodium isn't all that bad

    edit: that's actually pretty good... lots of fiber ftw
     
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    Sounds too good to be true; suspicious.
    Can't have that low carbs and that high fiber.
    That is a lot of sodium and protein for a tortilla as well.
    Only 100 calories for this 57g tortilla, hells no!
    I'm not believing any of this.
    LIES!!!
     
  4. y1997

    y1997 Made in the U.S.S.R.

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    The ones I get in Costco are better! :fawk:
     
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    Surfzup2k3 New Member

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    Tell us about em. I have a Costco card as well :hsd:
     
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    i couldn't find 'em last time i went

    i'm going back tomorrow... they'd better be there! :squintd:
     
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    y1997 Made in the U.S.S.R.

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    Flat Out multi-grain wraps

    Comes in a clear bag which holds 3 more smaller marked bags with the tortillas inside.

    Hope you find them...maybe ask someone who works there if they have them at your Costco?
     
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    Surfzup2k3 New Member

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    Yea those things do kick ass. However, for 6 at Wal Mart you will be spending about 3 bucks. Whats the price on a triple pack at Costco?
     
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    i looked by the bread... i was in a hurry last time and my stomach was yelling at me for passing up all the free samples

    i'll take my time tomorrow tho
     
  10. fondy

    fondy It's all about my bonus.

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    things are amazing.

    eat em every day
     
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    Wal-Mart used to sell a wheat wrap with 29g of fiber.
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    Jesus did you have to drink it with a gallon of water?
     
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    Holy diarrhea !
    I just noticed it sounds likea spanich version of ''diary''.
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    My flax has like 8g of carbs and 7g of fiber :hsugh:
     
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    copperkali Mrs. Nicklk

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    mmm...I love those, been eating them for a few years.
     
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    yup, no luck at costco finding these

    i did, however, make an awesome discovery... they have this stuff there... bruschetta spread

    really reasonably healthy and spices up chicken really well (prob. just as good on tuna, also)
    :bigok:
     
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    y1997 Made in the U.S.S.R.

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    I seriously get EVERYTHING from Costco.
     
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    they didn't have any tilapia or sole today :mad:

    what the fuck is that?
     
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    y1997 Made in the U.S.S.R.

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    Damn I just finished baking some talipa.
     
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    i hate you so much right now...



    srsly, though, try to find the bruschetta spread... awesome find for me :bigok:
     
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