At my grocery store, tons of different tortillas are all stacked together in a giant display, and I usually have to dig through all of them to find my tortillas. So, the other day, I accidentally bought the tortillas in the picture to the left (the back of the bag looks very similar to the back of the whole wheat one), thinking they were my usual whole wheat tortillas which I've bought a zillion times.
But then, when I bit into one, it tasted different. I stopped eating for a second and then realized I was tasting rye. Luckily, I love the taste of rye, and since I don't usually eat normal bread or toast, I rarely have the opportunity to eat it. So, it was a good surprise!
Having realized that these were not "my normal tortillas" I pulled out the bag to find out they were a new kind of tortilla from La Tortilla factory called "Soft Wraps". I actually understand why they aren't calling them tortillas since they are much thicker and more versatile than the high fiber tortillas I'm used to eating. In the calorie department, they do not disappoint. Each "wrap" is 62 grams (they are really big -- I'd approximate that they are about 8 inches across), 90 calories, 3 grams of fat, 13 grams of fiber, and 8 grams of protein (so only 1 weight watchers point). In the nutrition department they are great too -- made from oat fiber, whole grain rye flour, and extra virgin olive oil.
If you like rye, these are definitely worth trying out. I found them at Safeway. I think they are probably available in most regular grocery stores.