Gluten-Free Blog


By: Suzanne Wolke – Udi’s Social Media Manager   If you have Celiac Disease or a severe gluten intolerance your home kitchen is probably already completely gluten free or any possible cross-contamination is prevented. But what about when you head to work? Most likely, not everyone in your office or workplace is gluten free and […]   Read more »

Identifying Hidden Sources of Gluten

August 19, 2013 at 11:12 am

By: Danica Loucks – Udi’s New Face of Gluten Free   Perhaps you’re on gluten-free diet and it seems to be working well for you, but every once in awhile you find yourself glutened yet can’t identify the culprit. Unfortunately, this happens to many Celiac and gluten intolerant folks because of hidden sources of gluten […]   Read more »

By: Danica Loucks, Udi’s New Face of Gluten Free — —             Avoided baking after you started eating gluten free but miss all your home-made comfort dishes? We definitely know we’re a sucker for those freshly baked savory pastries and decadent sweet treats that will fill the entire house with the most wonderful aromas. Well […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne Wolke We’ve all been there. Whether it’s date night, the girls are getting together, or you simply don’t feel like cooking tonight, the search for restaurants with (edible) gluten free options commences. Not only do you want to verify they have something for you to eat besides a measly piece of lettuce, you […]   Read more »

Farmer’s Market Shopping Tips

June 6, 2013 at 9:40 am

By: Katrina Morales – The Gluten Free Gidget   It felt like winter would never end. Late snow kept the cooler than normal temperatures lingering and kept me reaching for my wool sweaters. Finally, though, it looks like warmer days are here to stay, and with them, Farmer’s Markets! Each weekend, dozens of open air […]   Read more »

Gluten Free Snacks for On-The-Go

April 11, 2013 at 11:01 am

By: Katrina M. – Udi’s Team Member and author of the Gluten Free Gidget       It happens to the best of us… You are going about your merry way, crossing things off your “To-do” list, when it happens… The “Hangry Monster” hits. You know, the feeling? (Hangry- the dreadful combination of hungry and angry […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne W. Did you know that the 3rd Thursday in December has been named  “National Re-gifting Day”?   It all started in 2006 when Regiftable.com (created by Money Management International) declared this day to be the pillar of their frugal, money-saving, holiday shopping mantra. However, since its inception it has turned into a great […]   Read more »

Dining Out while Gluten Free

December 3, 2012 at 11:16 am

By: Megan T.  You have a gluten-free kitchen at home…but do your favorite restaurants? Luckily, with the demand for gluten-free options on the rise, restaurants are offering more and more gluten-free-friendly dishes on their menus!   Dining out today is much easier than it was five years ago. You may be pleasantly surprised by how many […]   Read more »

Celiac Awareness Month: A Challenge for You

October 4, 2012 at 11:28 am

By: Katie It’s estimated that Celiac Disease affects over 3 million people in the United States alone. Unfortunately 85% of those people are undiagnosed or even misdiagnosed with other medical conditions. Thankfully October is Celiac Awareness Month and we want to take this opportunity to spread the word about Celiac symptoms, treatments, and share some […]   Read more »

Avoiding Cross-Contamination at Home

October 4, 2012 at 11:21 am

By Felipe There’s nothing we take more seriously than caring for our family’s health. Unfortunately food allergies can certainly make that task even more challenging. If you or a family member are gluten free or have any other type of food sensitivity, you know how hard sharing the kitchen can be. While some families decide […]   Read more »

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