My husband was diagnosed with Celiac Disorder on his 56th birthday three years ago (he was born on Halloween). He used to eat at least two to three sandwiches a day and loves toast. He was depressed that the things in life he loved the most were bei
ng “taken away”. No cake, no pizza, no English muffins, no spaghetti. It seemed like it became my job to say “no-no” to this wonderful adult male I had been married to for 35 years. It got to the point that it seemed to always be my fault when he coldn’t have what he wanted to eat. We tried all of the “cardboard box” breads, the weird flours, baking mixes, even lettuce wraps. Nothing made him happy. Then a friend told us about UDI and I found a store in Loma Linda, CA (Seventh Day Adventist stores have great products). I made Dave a tuna melt (which he’d been dreaming of for 3 years) and HE LOVED IT! I found it two days before our 36th anniversary and made him a tuna-swiss melt and, well, let’s just say it was a great anniversary. Thanks so much UDI. Now, if I could only find a great pasta for him, I might be sainted! Even out picky granddaughters love it. We now have the whole family eating gluten-free and allergies have disappeared, tummies are happier and so am I.
Name: Donna Beveridge
City: Big Bear City