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Who Sells CORN Tortillas In the GTA ?

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Who Sells CORN Tortillas In the GTA ?

I can find flour tortillas up to my neck ,but corn I am having no LUCK :confused:
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Lots of grocery stores carry them in the frozen foods section (they freeze large packages of them, they're locally made and have no preservatives). Several latin american grocery stores in Kensington Market have them. The Cheese Boutique used to carry them but I haven't been there in awhile.

I forgot to add, there's also this place http://www.latortilleria.ca/ that makes them on-site, they have several locations listed here http://www.latortilleria.ca/locations.html
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Boods wrote:
Oct 17th, 2010 11:54 am
Lots of grocery stores carry them in the frozen foods section (they freeze large packages of them, they're locally made and have no preservatives). Several latin american grocery stores in Kensington Market have them. The Cheese Boutique used to carry them but I haven't been there in awhile.

I forgot to add, there's also this place http://www.latortilleria.ca/ that makes them on-site, they have several locations listed here http://www.latortilleria.ca/locations.html

Thanks A lot I will have to make time to go downtown and check them out !
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RCSS in Scarborough has them for sure in one of the fridges around dairy/cheese, but they're pretty small (approx. 4-5 inches across). Perfect size for making nacho chips, but a little small for filling.
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http://tphat.ca/

in case you live in the East end

believe it or not this place has a big Mexican section..... but the fresh corn and flour tortillas are in the chilled section....

I also found "vegetarian" chicken feet ! :facepalm:
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Oct 17th, 2010 6:40 pm
I also found "vegetarian" chicken feet ! :facepalm:

That's like when I found a place in Mississauga, in the T&T parking lot, with a huge gigantic decal sign on their window advertising in huge letters "chicken falafel" :facepalm:
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http://www.latortilleria.ca/

Kensington Market
68 Wales Avenue
Dundas and Bathurst, Toronto.
Ph. 416-546-5516
Monday to Sunday
10:00am to 9:00pm

St. Clair Ave. West
1040 St. Clair Ave. West
St. Clair West and Dufferin Toronto
Ph. 647-344-2429
Monday to Sunday
10:00 am to 9:00pm

Bloor and Dufferin
1009 Dufferin St.
Bloor and Dufferin St. Toronto
Ph. 416-546-5516
Monday to Sunday
10:30am to 9:00pm

Jane
1682A Jane Street
Toronto, ON
Monday to Sunday
de 10:00am a 9:00pm

There are easily more than six authentic places in Kensington Market that carry the real deal.
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Salamander Pete wrote:
Oct 17th, 2010 7:30 pm
http://www.latortilleria.ca/

Kensington Market
68 Wales Avenue
Dundas and Bathurst, Toronto.
Ph. 416-546-5516
Monday to Sunday
10:00am to 9:00pm

St. Clair Ave. West
1040 St. Clair Ave. West
St. Clair West and Dufferin Toronto
Ph. 647-344-2429
Monday to Sunday
10:00 am to 9:00pm

Bloor and Dufferin
1009 Dufferin St.
Bloor and Dufferin St. Toronto
Ph. 416-546-5516
Monday to Sunday
10:30am to 9:00pm

Jane
1682A Jane Street
Toronto, ON
Monday to Sunday
de 10:00am a 9:00pm

There are easily more than six authentic places in Kensington Market that carry the real deal.
Ok I will take a trip (Make time to take a trip) down to Kensington Market
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Keelenorth wrote:
Oct 17th, 2010 8:04 pm
Ok I will take a trip (Make time to take a trip) down to Kensington Market

While you're there try the Empanadas from Jumbo Empanada and check out Perola latin american supermarket.
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NeilMcduck wrote:
Oct 17th, 2010 6:19 pm
RCSS in Scarborough has them for sure in one of the fridges around dairy/cheese, but they're pretty small (approx. 4-5 inches across). Perfect size for making nacho chips, but a little small for filling.
i think they are supposed to be that small.
the jumbo sizes we are now accustomed to is a relatively new phenomenon, originating in SF/US.
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