So.. as far as whole grains (rice, corn, millet, barely, quinoa) that we are supposed to go crazy and eat all day.. is a corn tortilla ok in this group? I'd assume so .... it's just stone ground corn and lime.
Shelly, you can purchase whole sprouted grain tortillas. The brands are Alvaredo Bakery and Ezekiel These are available at health food stores and Whole Foods These are excellent and both companys bale other breads, too.
I always thought if corn tortillas are made with corn flour or corn meal they are NOT the whole grain. The sprouted whole grain corn tortillas that Patty Sartin wrote are ones I've bought ( Ezekiel) which on the package if I remember correctly says sprouted whole corn kernal or sprouted whole grain--something to that extent. I found them in the refrigerated section since they don't have preservatives. Maybe you can get those and keep in fridge so they stay fresh.
well if they aren't actually baked,or at a minimal heat,why not have them? I've been making tacos with them-azuki beans,quinoa,butternut squash,kale,gomasio sesame seeds.Only thing is they take w hile to digest,so don't neglect your fiber!