"Manda Ruby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> After reading post at this link titled' Do flours tortilla expires or
> go bad" at
> I feel a bit hopeful about the two packages of EXPIRED wheat tortilla
> that I have that I kept in the refrigerator with bread peices put
> inside to draw the moisture out. I may have replaced the bread pieces
> (whole wheat) at least one time.
> Note that the link above talked about flour tortiall but someone said
> "Two months could be a little long, but as long as they don't look,
> feel, or smell bad in any way they are probably safe".
> I have
> - Low Carb High Fiber, LARGE size gourmet tortilla - SELL BY 03-18-10:
> I have 4 pieces left
> - 96% Fat Free, MEDIUM Soft Taco - FR APR 24 10 B 10:46 (don't know
> what FR means)
> I also have fresh roti package (7 or 8 pieces left) - rotis are made
> from whole tortilla - that I bought at an Indian store about 3 1/2
> weeks ago . I had been eating out half the time and when I'm home and
> when I remembered about them, I didn't feel like making dishes that'd
> go with these tortilla and roti and so now, too much of all these
> straing at me.
> The tortillas still looks fine, visually that is. One time (a while
> back), I was heating it in the microwave w/ no paper towel wrapped and
> I put too many minutes by accidents and it came out really nice like
> chips w/o burning but I haven't been able to accomplish that a few
> times I tried.
> Of course, I am going to eat them but if you were in similar situation
> what woud you do?
Stand on the back deck and feed my mother's (G-d rest her soul) 'black
chickens'. (My mother had a whole flock of ravens and crows that she fed
religiously when she was alive, and I think the word spread we're good for
a free feed if they are in the neighborhood!!!). Tortilla's make really,
really good Frisbees.