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How to Make Mexican Corn and Flour Tortillas

Updated on October 21, 2014

Tortillas - Cook 'Em Up & Serve 'Em Fresh

Corn and flour tortillas are incredibly easy to make. Once you've had homemade, you'll feel like you've entered a new food galaxy. Don't get me wrong - I use the store-bought brands and most of them are quite good. But when I have a few minutes and really want to impress myself (and our guests), then it's time to get out the comal, which is really just a cast iron griddle.

In fact, both corn and flour tortillas take only a few seconds from mixing the simple ingredients to serving. There are a ton of things you can do with them, too - from enchiladas and taquitos to loaded burritos

So, let's fire things up and whip out a batch! You can't mess 'em up, I promise.

Corn Tortillas Recipe

From the Aztecs to Your Table

Is there anyone here who doesn't want to dive into a big bowl of tortilla chips - right this minute? Those little darlings had to start somewhere - with a corn base, of course. Masa harina is the corn flour used (more about that below) and not to be confused with cornmeal.

Corn tortillas originated in the southern regions of Mexico. The soil is poor, but that's where the corn fields thrive. In ancient times, the Mayans and Aztecs worshipped corn, before the Spanish conquistadors arrived, of course.

Corn Tortillas

2 cups masa harina

Dash of salt (that's a pinch or so)

1 cup warm water (more or less)

This will make about twelve 6-inch corn tortillas.

-Combine the masa harina and salt in a bowl. Slowly add just enough water to form a dough. If it's too crumbly, just add more water. Too gooey, add more masa harina.

-Knead in the bowl for about 3 minutes as it firms up.

-Cover and let rest for about one hour.

-Separate and round out dough to about the size of golf balls (adjust for size as desired).

-Place between two pieces of plastic wrap.

-Roll out by hand or place in a tortilla press.

Heat up the griddle (ungreased and use med-high). Remove the tortilla from the wrap and add. Let it start to brown up on one side before turning (about 60 seconds). Flip and cook. Stack the tortillas in a clean dish towel until the batch is ready to serve.

That's all there is to it!

Try a good old cast iron griddle and you can't go wrong. Here's what I use.

The Essential Cast Iron Griddle - Corn and flour tortillas just won't be the same without a griddle!

Lodge L9OG3 Cast Iron Round Griddle, Pre-Seasoned, 10.5-inch
Lodge L9OG3 Cast Iron Round Griddle, Pre-Seasoned, 10.5-inch

The Lodge cast iron griddle is a must-have for tortillas and flatbreads. Its heating properties mean you'll have perfect browning and a great taste. This one's already seasoned - great!


Oh, Yes - The Press

Not an essential, but fun for corn tortillas!

A word about tortilla presses. The manual models are inexpensive; you'll find them in cast iron, which needs seasoning and in cast aluminum that's also good. At Mexican markets (mercados), you'll also find really, really shiny models that are about $6.

That's the kind I use, but they do tend to flake and eventually, the handle will probably break. That's one of the reasons to always press tortillas between two sheets of plastic or wax paper. (The other reason is then you don't have to clean the press!)

Tortilla Presses - This will impress your friends and family, for sure.

Large 7-1/2" Mexican Cast Iron Tortilla Press
Large 7-1/2" Mexican Cast Iron Tortilla Press

These are quick to use, although you may get some unevenness when pressing.


Quick Guide to Masa Harina

If you're going to make corn tortillas, you have to have the dough

The term "masa" means dough in Spanish. After the kernels soak in lime, they're dried and ground. We don't have to mess with that, thank goodness, because masa harina is commonly sold in the ethnic sections at groceries and easy to find on-line, too!

Masa harina is also used for tamales and a host of other Mexican and Tex-Mex faves. The dough will keep in the fridge overnight and can be frozen if you want to keep some handy.

Flour Tortillas Recipe

Melt in Your Mouth Mexican Bread

Flour Tortillas are the "bread" of Mexico, but they haven't been around as long as the corn version. Wheat is only grown in northern Mexico, originating in Sonora, so it's only natural that this staple has easily crossed the border - aren't we lucky?

Skilled Mexican cooks pop these out by hand, but a rolling pin is easier for most of us. You might run across a palote, too. It's a thick dowel used for flattening the dough and makes the whole process officially "Mexican."

One last thing - a press is not used for flour tortillas - just corn. Place the dough ball on a floured board and work it, baby, work it.

Flour Tortilla Recipe

Makes about 12-16 eight-inch tortillas

3 cups all-purpose flour (plus extra for flouring the board)

1/3 cup shortening (or vegetable oil with extra for coating)

1 teaspoon salt

3/4 - 1 cup warm water

Combine flour and salt. Add vegetable oil and mix lightly. Begin adding the warm (not hot) water and knead until you have a soft dough. Divide into equal pieces of 12-16 balls. Give the balls a light coating of additional vegetable oil. Cover and let rest for 15 minutes.

Roll out each ball on a floured surface. Use wax paper or plastic wrap in between each tortilla and stack for cooking. Preheat an ungreased griddle. Add tortilla and cook until it begins to puff with a few browning spots on the bottom. Flip and press down to release the air pockets. Cook for about 1 minute. Remove and serve.

Keep tortillas warm by wrapping in cloth. Can also be kept warm in the oven, reheated in the microwave or use a tortilla warming basket.

Here's a variation with more details.

Flour Tortillas-Make 'Em Good

Here's how your tortillas will look

1. After you've made the dough, make balls (a little larger than golf balls).

A rolling pin makes everything easy, unless you've already mastered the hand flipping method (good for you-2 points there!)

Put one on an ungreased iron griddle.

Let it start to develop brown spots on one side and then turn.

Now it'll start to puff; just press down with a spatula to flatten. Remove and add another.

Pile them up and keep them warm in a clean dry dishtowel or serve as you go. Yum!

How to make Corn Tortillas at Home

Watch "Mom" whip out a batch of corn tortillas!

Keeping Tortillas Warm

It's easy to keep tortillas warm the traditional way

While you're cooking a lineup of tortillas, those coming off first are getting cold! How do you retain their just-off-the-burner warmth while keeping them moist and fresh?

You can certainly use plastic or Styrofoam. They work fine, although not the "greenest" choice. The Styrofoam versions can potentially add a little sogginess.

A natural basket is the traditional way. It can be open, but must have a tight weave. It's called a chiquihuite. Use a thick dishtowel that's large enough to drape inside the basket and completely cover a tortilla stack. A very authentic and decorative way to serve at the table.

Reheating Tortilla Tricks

When your tortillas go cold, reheating can be a bit tricky. You don't want them to turn rubbery or too dry - a hazard for any food. Here are a few ways to get them toasty warm and flexible without sacrificing texture.

The fastest and easiest way:

Simply wrap a stack in foil, place in a preheated 325 degree oven, and warm for 15 minutes.

Steaming Methods (most effective)

Reheating 1-4 fresh tortillas at a time:

Sprinkle with water and place as a stack (or singly) on a hot grill. Turn and rotate the layers in the stack frequently.

Steaming up to 12 tortillas:

Place a stack of up to twelve in a clean dishtowel and then in a steamer basket. Bring a pot on the stove to a rolling boil and place steamer basket inside. Make sure the towel is not in contact with the water. Cover and steam for 90 seconds. Remove from heat, leave covered and let them sit for 15 minutes before serving. (The top and bottom tortillas will probably be too soggy, but the others should be perfect.)

Large batch steaming:

Use a larger roaster with a wider steaming rack and arrange in two stacks. Follow the above method for steaming 12 tortillas.

General reheating tip:

Leave tortillas in the steamer pot or the roaster and place, covered, in a warm oven (200 degrees). They'll be fine for serving for up to an hour.

Favorite Recipes with Tortillas

Now that you have a stack of flour and corn tortillas, here are a few things to do with them.

Tortilla Brands

You'll find these brands just about anywhere. Look for additions by region and by flavor - coming up!

-Azteca:Found in the refrigerated section. They come in small, super size, and burrito.

-Guerrero's: Started in 1973, this is a growing brand. You can purchase their corn tortillas in quantities from 12-90 - great for power eaters! Their flour version is thin and perfect for eating on the side. (For English, look for the subtle click-on in the upper right hand corner.)

-La Tortilla Factory: Features a wide variety of wraps, including organic and whole wheat, plus flavored varieties (tomato basil and rosemary).

On a personal note: I have met few tortillas that I didn't like, but their lower carb version happens to be one of them. They're pricey and literally cut your mouth after they're heated (they're very coarse). As for the taste - you can get a pretty good idea of that from the way they look. Don't need to say more, do I?

-Mission Mission gets 5 gold stars from me for its really tasty Carb Balance versions in two sizes. The company also features low-fat and a range of other packaged goods that are simply excellent. They also sell flavored wraps, tostados and a host of other related items.

-Old El Paso: Gets raves as a favorite brand of taco shells. They also produce kits for the Mexi-challenged. Have not yet tried their soft tortillas.

-Ortega: They also have boxed products that make it easy to fix a meal in a hurry!

-Tia Rosa: Tia Rosa products are Mexican born and now part of the Bimbo product line. It's a name brand found in all major grocery chains. I give their site rave reviews for looks and content!

-Tumaros: Gets raves for it's heart-healthy versions. You can get them at Amazon in plain and honey-wheat (other flavors are available in stores). (The low-carb variety has some mixed reviews). Convenience of shipping to your door is nice!

Tortilla Seasoning Tips

It's possible to add your own seasonings to flour tortillas. These can be wet or dry and there are plenty of ingredients with which to experiment.

The trick to adding flavorings:

-Dry spices go into the flour

-Wet ingredients are mixed into the water.

-For wet ingredients, use a food processor or mini-chopper to get a good grind.

That's all there is to it. Here's a list of favorite seasonings:


-chile powder

-chipotles (dried, smoked jalapenos)

-cilantro, fresh (minced) or dried


-red pepper flakes

-red pepper

-reconstituted chile de arbol (hotter peppers that have been dried)

-sun-dried tomatoes

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The Healthy Side of Corn & Flour Tortillas

Here's the nutritional scoop on our favorite flat breads!

Corn and flour tortillas are generally healthier than breads.

-Both are low in fat.

-Corn tortillas contain no gluten.

-Low-carb flour tortillas are also available.

-Pre-made taco shells average about 19 grams carbohydrates for three shells.

Calories (approx.):

Corn: 60

Flour: 115


Corn: 1 gram

Flour: 2.5 grams


Corn: 1 gram

Flour: 3 grams


Corn: 12 grams

Flour: 20 grams

Sources: USDA/Packaging

Veggie-Flavored Tortilla Wraps

Double your fun with these veggie-flavored tortillas

Tumaro's 10-Inch Wraps, Garden Spinach & Vegetables, 14-Ounce Packages (Pack of 6)
Tumaro's 10-Inch Wraps, Garden Spinach & Vegetables, 14-Ounce Packages (Pack of 6)

Tumaro's provides plenty of choices in flavored wraps. You can purchase them easily here in batches of 6 packages.

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Wanna talk about tortillas? Or Mexican food in general, leave your comments - one and all! Thanks!

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      imagelist lm 4 years ago

      Wooowwww...great lens...

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Nixtamalization is necessary, it unlocks the nutrients of the corn for our bodies to utilize. I make masa from dried field corn in the Philippines for years. If you research Nixtamalization you will have little fear of the process, you will not be using corn harina from powder, but the manner that the great civilization which the Spanish found in Mexico used for centuries. It's fun and rewarding!

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      LaPikas 5 years ago

      This is the most complete and amazing article I have read about making tortillas. My mother tought me how to do them, and I can tell you really have the "Know How". Where I live we don't have Maseca, so I use the Quaker brand to do the corn tortillas and they come tasty as well.

      I will link your lens to mine if you don't mind. Thank you! =)

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      rawwwwwws lm 5 years ago

      Amazing lens. Making me hungry too:)

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      santadelcobre 5 years ago

      Loved this lens, as a Mexican I always enjoy a well researched article on Mexican food and what can be more Mexican than tortillas?

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      ckennedy lm 5 years ago

      @anonymous: You can certainly go ahead and try to grind your corn without it. It may be difficult to get it as fine as the store-bought masa, but I'm sure before the ash/lime process was invented, corn tortillas were still being made. What it does is soften the toughest parts of the kernel and adds nutrients. If you try it, do let us know.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Is nixtamalization necessary to make the tortilla? I have dried, home-grown corn that I would like to grind to make the corn flour, but have read that unless it is lime-soaked it won't work. This is the one step that I want to avoid, since the corn kernals are already dry and I can't see how I will manage to dry them again after they are boiled/soaked in lime and grinding would require them to be re-dried. What am I missing?

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      montanatravel52 5 years ago

      Great tips for tortillas! I grew up on them (instead of bread), and know just how "versatile" they can be. I wrote a related lens on New Mexico cooking that mentions the distinction of the "New Mexico" toritilla, which is my biased favorite!

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      kevkev227 lm 5 years ago

      Thanks for a great lens. I really need to give this a try :)

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      BradKamer 5 years ago

      It doesn't get any more authentic then this, unless of course you grind up the corn kernels yourself to make your own masa. Thanks for sharing these delicious tortilla recipes.

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      Monica Ranstrom 5 years ago

      Really fun lens! I've never made my own but I love it when I go to a restaurant that actually makes their own!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thanks! I've been searching a good website for tortilla recipe, yours caught my eye. I think I'm going to try making some tortilla tomorrow. Quick question. How come some recipe I saw they put baking powder in the mix. Is that possible.? Just wondering. Thanks again your instruction seems really easy.

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      ckennedy lm 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Baking soda is more of a "Tex-Mex" thing and it makes the tortillas thicker. Nothing wrong with that - just add about 1/4 teaspoon and see if you prefer them that way. Glad you stopped by!

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      Leah J. Hileman 5 years ago from East Berlin, PA, USA

      Terrific! I've never tried making my own, but with such easy steps to follow, I'm going to.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      your instructions were right on! I enjoy making this too.

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      WorldVisionary 6 years ago

      Great tutorial for making tortillas! Thumbs up and an Angel blessing for you!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Thanks, I will try to make them. Great recipes.

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      Kathryn Grace 6 years ago from San Francisco

      I started making my own flour tortillas just a few months ago. Now my sweetie doesn't want any other kind! I've been wanting to try corn tortillas, and this is exactly what I needed. Thank you! Especially appreciate the nutrition info.

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      RecipePublishing 6 years ago

      My husband loves doing thisfor breakfast.

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      Sherry Venegas 6 years ago from La Verne, CA

      My husband wants his tortillas like this everyday. He has the press now but I have seen him use it only once. Will lensroll with refired pinto beans.

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      NYThroughTheLens 6 years ago

      I love Mexican food. This lens made me remember that I seriously need to get a cast iron griddle. I want to make my own tortillas.

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      Penny Pincher G 7 years ago

      I love homemade tortillas. I've helped my mom and sister make many, but I've never done it on my own. One of these day I'm going to have to give it a try.

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      CCGAL 8 years ago

      Nice! I love tortillas, both flour and corn. Once you've eaten home made, it's hard to go back to the store bought ones, except here in Austin it's pretty easy to get really fresh tortillas from Fiesta and HEB. I priced those automatic tortilla cookers (for flour only) and they started at about $25K. One thing I learned from talking to the tortilla bakers, is that the reason commercial tortillas stick together so much better than home-cooked is that they are pressed & rolled under heat, so they cook differently. Home-cooked still wins the taste test, though.

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      Nan 8 years ago from London, UK

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      Nan 8 years ago from London, UK

      5* from me and I've lensrolled to my "Achiote-Roasted Pork Tacos with Pickled Red Onion" lens.

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      The Eclectic Muse 8 years ago

      Yummy! I love fresh homemade tortillas. Thanks for adding this lens to the Mexican Food Group. I put your other tortilla lens on there too. If you add that lens to the group, I will approve it so it will roll in the fresh food lens section. Thanks!

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      clouda9 lm 8 years ago

      Great recipes, thanks for sharing them. Gonna try the flour tortillas :)

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      AppalachianCoun 8 years ago

      Great lens. We've got masa in the cupboard and now we've got a recipe. Thank-you for putting it on a lens.

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      Nice Explanation.........!!!

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      Excellent lense can't wait to try recipes love Mexican food.

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      Mihaela Vrban 8 years ago from Croatia

      Wow! I will never again search for tortilla recipe! Splendid job!

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      Wow! I will never again search for tortilla recipe! Splendid job!

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      ckennedy lm 8 years ago

      [in reply to Sherry] Unfortunately, that's pretty normal. Try wrapping 2 or 4 of them in a damp paper towel and microwaving for about 20 seconds. That will make them more flexible for rolling. Thanks for visiting - let me know if that works for you.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Why do my soft corn tortillas break when I roll them for enchiladas? Are they too dry? They always break in half. Thanks for any help and advice.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Why do my soft corn tortillas break when I roll them for enchiladas? Are they too dry? They always break in half. Thanks for any help and advice.

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      rydigga 8 years ago

      Hi Cindy, Great lens. Thanks for sharing these mouth-watering tips.


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      anonymous 8 years ago

      What a YUMMY lens! I have definitely bookmarked this lens! I've had homemade fresh tortillas before but never tried to make them myself, guess there is no excuse now! Love your lens Cindy! - Kathy

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Mmmm...I miss homemade tortillas. Never had the nack for it. However, this lens breaks it down in such a way that I'm going to reconsider. Fresh tortillas are the yummiest!

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      Kiwisoutback 8 years ago from Massachusetts

      I make Mexican food all the time, this is something I'll have to try! I lensrolled it to my Chicken Fajitas lens.

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      Snozzle 8 years ago

      Got to admit I have never made Tortillas - but will have a go now. Thanks for the recipe - a Five Star lens!


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      anonymous 9 years ago

      thanks for sharing the recipe! love your lens since I love Mexican foods.

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      I love Mexican food, need I say more, I love Mexican food.

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      oneskms 9 years ago

      Will definitely be giving this a go..thanks for the info

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      henrykaye 9 years ago

      Great information. I'll try to make Corn Tortillas this weekend! 5* and favorited!

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      THANKS! I brought some masa harina and plan to make corn tortillas (a first for me) this week. Great lens!

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      Very informative lens and so simple to make fresh tortillas.

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      caketech 9 years ago

      I didn't realize making your own tortillas was this easy. I am definitely going to try this! Thanks for sharing!

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      ms-giggles 9 years ago

      Hello. I'm a big fan of Mexican Food. Who new it was so simple to make tortillas.

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      beachbum_gabby 9 years ago

      very nice lens about Tortillas. Love Mexican foods esp tacos!

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      beeobrien lm 9 years ago

      This is great. I recently moved to South Texas, and I need this information. Thanks

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      My Mom maid the best tortillas in the whole world, if I remember correctly she used, floor,baking powder and salt and some oil. Its was simple but the secret she said was the iron skillet she got from a wood cooking stove.

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      LeslieBrenner 9 years ago

      Wow, what a great tortilla lens! I love Mexican food and tortillas, especially corn ones.

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      Great Lens on Tortillas, I have been wanting to make my own Tortillas since I am a huge fan of authentic Mexican tacos. (see my first Lens)

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      VegeDeb 10 years ago

      Fresh corn tortillas are out of this world!

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