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 Posted: Tue Nov 5th, 2019 05:35 pm
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Is there such an item available in San Carlos, Guaymas or Enpalme?


We are hoping to purchase some of these locally .  We have been buying at Costco for quite some time in the US and as long as you keep them refrigerated; they last a long time and are delicious.  Not! looking for the Costco ones, just wondering if something similar is available? 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 5th, 2019 06:28 pm
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I dont see why you couldn't arrange for this from one of the local tortilla enterprises in San Carlos. There is an outfit in the Ranchitos and the one on the boulevard near the Arco station. Maybe bring some pre-cut sheets of waxed paper to place in between them?


Just tell them you want a bunch "formado, pero sin cocinar". Then, make arrangements to come get them one morning. 


Really, making and forming tortillas is not hard. 

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You can get a tortilla press for a couple of dollars and a bag of dry masa flour for cents - and bingo - you have uncooked corn tortillas. Or save the $2 and do them by hand. Personally, I prefer the harina ones that are so thin your can read thru them.

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 Posted: Tue Nov 5th, 2019 07:48 pm
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If you have not had fresh flour tortillas from Gloria┬┤s in Guaymas Norte, you are really missing something. They cook them but they are super fresh and thin. They will not last for days because they do not use preservatives; however, they will not last for days anyway because you will eat them all. I know the Costco ones you mean and, for us, they are the best we find where we are in the Us but there is no comparison.

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Michelle's tortillas just down from the old Soriana are excellent as well. To get there one would turn by McDonalds on Blvd. Benito Juarez. Keep going on past the casino and Soriana. It is just past the electrical/plumbing hardware store right after Soriana on the same side of the street. Making 'em fresh every morning. They are our favorite.

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 Posted: Tue Nov 5th, 2019 11:36 pm
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Thank you all for the info on the fresh tortillas! going to try making my own as soon as I can locate a press and also purchase some tomorrow in Guaymas! and look into ordering some in San Carlos.

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