Gluten-Free Blog


Home made bread

April 18, 2011 at 11:53 pm

When I first tasted Udi’s white bread, it reminded me of my grandmothers home made bread. It even has the holes in it like hers did. I describe Udi’s bread as “just like Grandma’s” to anyone I tell about the bread…I have a few friends with Celiac disease–like me–and I have given them your website…You […]   Read more »

Fresh baked sandwiches

April 18, 2011 at 11:40 pm

HI Udi’s friend, As a coeliac, I almost gave up eating bread for years, except for breakfast because most of gluten free breads have to be toasted. Since I discovered few months ago the Udi’s sandwich bread, I can now enjoy a good plain pastrami or egg salad fresh baked sandwich. Name: Robert Bisson Email: […]   Read more »

Muffins

April 18, 2011 at 11:35 pm

I can not believe your blue berry muffins are gluten -free! They are as good as it gets. Thanks. Name: Ann Engler Email: ann.engler@gamil.com City: Exton State: Pa   Read more »

Ah!!!!!!!

April 15, 2011 at 7:26 pm

I have tried all the breads out there, even made some myself. Never really liked any of them. Until now. Oh my gosh, I love your sandwich bread and bagels. They taste like the bread I used to eat!!! This has been the hardest part of my gluten free diet. Now I am in heaven. […]   Read more »

What are the Ambassadors up to?

April 12, 2011 at 5:13 pm

Our community ambassadors are working hard to spread the joy of Udi’s Gluten Free products in your neighborhood. Just a few samplings of the many events our ambassadors are attending: Johnna P, our ambassador in Missouri, attended Rock the Parkway and passed out samples to over 6400 participants, including Elvis! Rock the Parkway raises awareness of […]   Read more »

An ode to an Udi

April 12, 2011 at 4:53 pm

Udi ohh! Udi oohhh…. Udi I, speechless, must try; Mouth… mouth! my mouth… Blissing from your kissing, toast to tounge, such joy Jung… You give me back pleasures I have not known since the time of childhood treasures! Back yard moments of forts, two feet tall, cardboard construct, lunch break from it all! The hard […]   Read more »

Ancient Grains 101: Omega-Salba

April 11, 2011 at 6:07 pm

From the little white seeds of the Slavia Hispanica L plant, comes the gluten free super food Salba.  Grown in the unspoiled Amazon Basin of Peru, Salba is a powerhouse of nutrition. The ancient Aztecs so highly regarded the tiny white seeds that they were considered more valuable than gold. Salba fortifies your body, helping […]   Read more »

Ancient Grains 101: Millet-Chia

April 11, 2011 at 5:36 pm

Millet and chia seeds are both ancient super foods that are beginning to play an important role in a healthy gluten free American diet. For thousands of years people all over the world have been reaping the benefits of these culinary powerhouses. Nutritionally rich and fiber-packed, millet and chia seeds deliver a tremendous nutritional boost […]   Read more »

the bread!

April 11, 2011 at 2:41 pm

I do not “need” to be gluten free, but many of my friend’s do. I was at a potluck lunch where there were many bread selections. I made sandwich on your rice bread without knowing what it was. Someone came up to me and said, “You know that is rice bread, don’t you?” I had […]   Read more »

Being a Gluten Free Athlete

April 8, 2011 at 9:19 pm

So I was doing some research on how someone who needs to be Gluten Free, might still enjoy their favorite sports, or activities on a Wheat free diet. I got a lot of great Nutritional and Diet Information, and found some really useful stuff. Id like to hear what you all have to say, and your experiences. […]   Read more »

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