Gluten-Free Blog


Healthy Gluten-Free Eating

January 11, 2011 at 11:58 pm

Healthy eating hasn’t always been standard practice in my life. Growing up, my father and I stood resolute in our unhealthy Sunday ritual of fast food and Chicago Bears games. Since then, I have (thankfully) learned that food is so much more than instant gratification – it is the gas that fuels our bodies and, […]   Read more »

Eating Healthy & Gluten Free at Work

November 22, 2010 at 6:42 pm

As a working woman (and 7 months pregnant may I add!!), I must also take into account healthy, on-the-go, convenient options, that I can heat up in the break room, pull straight out of the refrigerator, or simply keep under my desk until snack or lunch time. If you’re new to this whole gluten free food […]   Read more »

Pairing gluten free food and wine around the holidays is a great way to experience new wines and impress your guests at the same time. All wines are different in the way that they hit your nose and your palate making some wines overpower your food or vice versa. To make sure this doesn’t happen […]   Read more »

Gluten-Free Holiday Survival Guide

November 22, 2010 at 5:41 am

On Thursday November 18th we asked our Facebook fans to give us their best gluten-free tips for surviving the holidays. We received tips ranging from general celiac support to the best gluten free gifts, but we think the following ten tips are the best to remember: "Keep in mind that gluten free food isn’t the only thing that […]   Read more »

Jillian's Easy Quick-Fix Dinner

October 22, 2010 at 9:08 pm

This week the Denver weather has been kind of gloomy making it perfect for my favorite combination: tomato soup and gluten-free grilled cheese. When I was a kid I used to dip my grilled cheese in ketchup, but as I grew older (and wiser) I opted for a healthy tomato soup to accommodate my grilled cheese. Tomatoes are […]   Read more »

A Gluten Free Send Off To College

September 24, 2010 at 2:34 am

A Gluten-Free Send Off To College First Class: Celiac Disease 101 By Linda Kaplan-Schwab, MHA This is not a story about a child’s death. Or cancer. Or losing a limb or an organ. This is about a sudden change in a way of life. An unexpected, and unwelcome journey during a pivotal time in a […]   Read more »

I am a Junior in college, and my sophomore year I was diagnosed with a wheat allergy. I let neither define me now, but at the time it seemed my life was going to end. My dorm served two things, fried chicken and gravy chicken, on great nights they had pasta. No wonder I was […]   Read more »

Easy Ways to Make Kids Eat Gluten-Free Diet

September 23, 2010 at 2:42 pm

Back-to-school means it’s time to come up with a variety of healthy, nourishing school lunches for kids (and you too). Sandwiches made using Udi’s Gluten Free breads are perfect for students with gluten sensitivity. The delicious taste and soft texture of our breads – whole grain, white sandwich, and bagels – help make school time […]   Read more »

Gluten Free Foods List for On The Go!

September 10, 2010 at 5:06 pm

Here is a great list of "Gluten-Free On-The-Go" foods that people with celiac disease can enjoy that are easy to take with you. Planning what you are going to eat is something most people with gluten intolerance have to think about when it comes to gluten-free living. Udi’s Gluten Free Foods are perfect for meals […]   Read more »

ULTIMATE BLT for those eating GLUTEN FREE

September 3, 2010 at 8:34 pm

Since being gluten free, I have tried every kind of gluten free commercially processed bread and even tried to make my own, only to have always been disappointed. Somewhere, somehow I read about Udi’s and decided, in a last ditch effort, to give it a try. I damn near cried when I took my first […]   Read more »

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