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FAQs About Tortillas
The following questions are commonly asked about tortillas.

What are tortillas used for?
Tortillas are a basic part to many Mexican and Latin American recipes. They are circular pieces of dough that are traditionally baked on a stove. Once they harden, they are used to wrap tacos, burritos, and enchiladas. Tortillas can even be used to make a vegetable-based tortilla soup. They are the centerpiece of many Spanish meals.

What is the difference between flour and corn tortillas?
The difference lies in dough base and the taste. Traditionally, tortillas were made from corn dough that was created by pounding maize kernels with stones and mixing them until they became a thick, pasty dough. Authentic Mexican and Latin American restaurants usually serve corn tortillas. However, to people who do not grow up eating tortillas, many prefer the taste of flour tortillas. These tortillas are derived from whet dough, just like bread. Their taste is not as strong as that of corn tortillas.

Can I make tortillas?
Yes. It is remarkably easy to make tortillas at home as long as you use a tortilla press. This handy little machine costs less than 20 dollars and can usually be found in cooking and international food stores. Simply by a package of tortilla mix, either corn or flour depending on your preference. Add water to the powdered mix and then stir it with your hands until the dough becomes soft. Roll a ball of dough in your hands and then place it on the tortilla press. This press flattens the dough into a tortilla shape, which can then be quickly cooked on the stove.

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La Palma Mexicatessen
2884 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Fresh handmade and machine made corn tortillas. Wholesale distributor of fine Mexican food, spices, and products. Choose our tortillas to make burritos, tacos, wraps and more.
(415) 647-1500
American Distribution
346 E Beach St, Watsonville, CA 95076
(831) 761-2944
Mexico Tortilla Factory
7015 Thornton Ave, Newark, CA 94560
(510) 792-9909
Suavecito Distributing
7741 Rosanna St, Gilroy, CA 95020
(408) 337-5077
Rosa La Villa Restaurant
766 Broadway Ave, Seaside, CA 93955
(831) 899-7710
La Morenita Market
1876 Fremont Blvd, Seaside, CA 93955
(831) 394-3770
La Nortenita Tortilla Factory
1037 N Amphlett Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94401
(650) 347-3977
La Tapatia Norcal Inc
23415 Cabot Blvd, Hayward, CA 94545
(510) 782-6327
La Tapatia Nor Cal Inc
23423 Cabot Blvd, Hayward, CA 94545
(510) 783-4118
Jose's Mexican Foods
309 Rianda St, Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 754-3615
La Rancherita
67 E Market St, Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 751-0429
La Mexicana Inc
236 a St, Hayward, CA 94541
(510) 889-8225
Galeana Distributor
2005 Britannia Ln, San Leandro, CA 94579
(510) 352-6816
Mi Rancho Tortilla Factory
425 Hester St, San Leandro, CA 94577
(510) 553-0444
Chavez Distributors
826 Crocus Dr, San Leandro, CA 94578
(510) 352-8431

Tortillas are great for restaurants and stores that sell food items such as fajitas, tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and more. There are flour, corn, and wheat varieties to choose from. Many stores will have low carb, reduced calorie, and fat free options, as well as those that have a hint of spinach and tomato flavor. If you're looking for press machines or other equipment to make your own, you can find stores that will give you a discount by shopping around. Many Mexican recipes will include food to be wrapped in a warm tortilla. Packs will have tortillas in different sizes depending on what you want to use them with. Flower, wheat, and corn tortillas can make excellent chips, which is what many restaurants serve to customers. Tortilla makers, whether it's for chips or tacos, or burritos, can find a factory that sells their product at discount prices. If you want to buy in bulk, you will find that this is a great way to save money on a product that will definitely be used. Look online or in a phone book to find local factories or stores that sell tortillas. Some may require you own a Mexican restaurant or grocery stores while others will sell to the general public. You can call and ask who they're open to and what they're daily hours are. You can make sure they have a selection of flour, wheat, and corn products to see if they will have the exact type of product you're looking for.
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