I know a lot of you have struggled with these, as I have. Sometimes they turn out, and sometimes they peel like a bad sunburn. But the other day I finally got it! I had purchased a spray bottle for the seeds we're starting in the house (pumpkin, squash and watermelon), and a light bulb went off in my head. Using fresh water from the purifier (not water that had been sitting in the plastic bottle for days), I sprayed the brown rice tortillas on both sides, before putting them in the hot dry skillet. While the tortilla sat in the pan, I gave it a few more sprays. *don't be shy with the spray bottle - these guys are dry!* Then I removed the tortilla and filled it with my ingredients. I put tooth picks in after it was rolled up, and sprayed it some more. No peeling, no dryness. Wahoo! Now I really want the cool glass spray bottle that I saw at the local garden center, but couldn't justify buying. :-)
Another tip: If you're making more than one, cover them with a wet kitchen towel that has been wrung out, so they don't dry again while they sit and wait to be eaten.