We are very fond of tortillas - generally wrapped round a spicy chilli with a handful of salad and a dollop of creme fraiche. Eaten thus, a packet of eight does our family of 3/4 for one meal. However, when called into service as a bit of light relief from the boring sandwich, we only require a couple at a time.
The trouble is that, even when the packet is resealed with a clip, the remaining tortillas tend to dry out. Freezing them does preserve their shelf life but I find it difficult to prise them apart when they are rock solid.
Yesterday I tried a different technique. I rolled each tortilla into a tight tube and replaced them in their packet. This makes them much easier to remove individually.