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Ok, so I found corn tortillas to use as a bread substitute in between my bread making adventures. (Or paying $6.00 for 10 slices of bread). MY CONCERN: CROSS CONTAMINATION. If the tortilla's are made in the same factory, isn't that an issue? I see that La Banderita Corn Tortillas are made with corn and lime with some added unpronounceable ingredients. Has anyone had a problem with these? Are they OFFICIALLY gluten-free???

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Ok, so I found corn tortillas to use as a bread substitute in between my bread making adventures. (Or paying $6.00 for 10 slices of bread). MY CONCERN: CROSS CONTAMINATION. If the tortilla's are made in the same factory, isn't that an issue? I see that La Banderita Corn Tortillas are made with corn and lime with some added unpronounceable ingredients. Has anyone had a problem with these? Are they OFFICIALLY gluten-free???

I'm not familiar with that brand but I understand Mission corn tortillas are made on dedicated lines and a lot of people swear by them.

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I like Mission. I don't like lots of extra odd stuff.

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