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Tortillas are a thin, flat, round, unleavened Mexican bread used as edible wrappers for meat, poultry, seafood, cheese, and other foods. Made from finely ground cornmeal, corn tortillas are thicker and coarser than flour tortillas, which are made from wheat flour. Commercially manufactured tortillas are widely available in food stores and ethnic markets.

For other breads, see baguette, bread crumbs, challah, country-style bread, English muffins, French bread, Italian bread, lavash, multigrain bread, pita bread, sourdough bread, white bread, and whole-wheat bread.