Last week, I discovered Udi’s gluten-free tortillas at Sobeys! You can get a pack of eight small ones or six large ones for $5.99. These have to be the best gluten-free tortillas I’ve ever had. Although I love the Ivory Teff wraps from La Tortilla Factory (available at Pete’s Frootique for about the same price), these wraps have a wheatier taste, and even have that flour-dusted texture. You wouldn’t be able to tell them apart from a regular tortilla!
In other news, Robin Hood has come out with a gluten-free flour blend that will be available all across Canada. I don’t know pricing details, or manufacturing details, but it sounds like it might be a more affordable solution and a better-tasting replacement for regular flour. They also have some recipes online specifically for that flour blend, mixed in with the rest of the new Nutri Flour line (not all of which is gluten-free). I’m certainly going to try it out and I’ll let you know how it goes!
UPDATE: The Canadian Celiac Association posted on Facebook that the Robin Hood flour will be made in a gluten-free facility and designed for Celiacs!