EmilyD wrote:Thanks AntiM, there are 90 of them and I only need them for our camp dinner on Friday. I was going to put them in a plastic bin I got to put into the cooler and keep stuff dry. It sounds like that could work. There is already moisture in the bags though. Should I air them out before packing in cooler?AntiM wrote:Corn tortillas... if you're cooking meals for multiples, split the pack into smaller serving size packages and seal them as tightly as possible. For one person, where you need to get out just a few? Mmmm, double bag them and don't let the cooler water get into them whatever you do.
I wouldn't. If they are factory sealed, then they are free from mold spores bacteria etc. They will be fine. A little moisture wont hurt, though putting them in the fridge even now would probably help.
Think of it this way. Wonder Bread, sealed and in the bag has a shelf life of weeks but opened bread gets moldy in a few days.