It's been 17 days since I had a corn tortilla, and finally, today, I gave in. I bought these Mi Rancho tortillas because they were the best I could find. (I'm in San Diego visiting my Dad this week.) They did not contain wheat or a long list of weird chemicals. (By the way, what's up with corn tortillas containing wheat? That's so strange, especially with so many people who are gluten-free.) I thought it'd be fun to start a series of American corn tortilla taste tests, so here are my thoughts on this one. Pros: Loved the phrase "real tortillas are made from real corn" on the package. I also liked that the color was a nice, normal yellow, and not paper-white and gummy, like the other packaged corn tortillas I've seen. The smell wasn't too off-putting either -- it was mineral and slightly bitter, like leftover cal-water. Cons: Very chewy, even after a thorough heating on the comal. The taste doesn't much resemble corn (it's got that bland, floury taste that comes from tortillas made from masa harina), and I would not enjoy eating a plain one sprinkled in salt. OVERALL: Not corn tortilla perfection -- does it exist among the packaged thousands? -- but not bad. I would buy these again if homemade was not an option. If you have a favorite corn tortilla brand, let me know. My Nixtamatic doesn't arrive until early March.