Thanks for dredging this up from 9 months ago, Bill.
Mr. Jennie and I are on a low-carb diet (he's diabetic), and as tmiles pointed out, they only make low-carb tortillas out of wheat. But you can get either smaller white "soft-taco" size or the larger whole wheat "burrito" size. We use them as wraps daily for lunches spread with cream cheese and laden with various meats and cheeses. But we also make such wraps with Thai-marinaded lightly broiled London Broil strips spread with peanut sauce and sprinkled with lettuce or cabbage. Mighty fine. However, despite Zataar's use of them as an Asian wrap (and I can see the Peking Duck thing, yeah), they make lousy egg roll wrappers. I've tried.
And I made mighty fine egg rolls, too. Sigh.
I do use them for a variety of Mexican dishes, including enchiladas. Now, I know you Mexipurists out there are groaning at that. But make me a low-carb corn tortilla and we'll talk.
We have, in Maryland, a chain of sandwich shops called "Roly Poly Sandwiches" http://www.rolypolyusa.com/
They offer low-carb wraps, and on the occasion of my being out of Fage yogurt, I'll spend my lunch hour going to the Roly Poly in Annapolis for lunch and hitting Trader Joe's on the way back to the office. I've often used their menu (available online at that site) for ideas for making home made wraps. Nummy! They offer both cold and grilled wraps. Both fabulous.
Their store locator map looks a bit . . . off to me. The whole Red State/Blue State thing. lol http://www.rolypolyusa.com/stores/stores.html
BTW, extramsg's flour tortilla photo brought to mind really good naan . . .