Gluten-Free Blog


The BEST Sandwich Bread

December 22, 2010 at 11:00 am

After 20+ years on a gluten free diet, it is wonderful to enjoy a really tasty sandwich without the grainy, crumbly texture of some other breads on the market or even some that I have tried to make myself. I am never without a loaf. Thank you, thank you.Name: RobertaEmail: rrgrupe@comcast.netCity: WashingtonState: DC   Read more »

First sandwich in 3 years… tears of joy

December 17, 2010 at 4:08 am

I was diagnosed with Celiac disease in 2007, and subsequently my whole life changed. I never ate a ton of bread or pasta before the diagnosis, but I did occassionally enjoy a turkey bacon guacamole sandwich from the local sub shop. One day, my mom and I headed to Old Town Arvada to Udi’s Bakery […]   Read more »

my son and your bread

December 11, 2010 at 12:38 am

You have made my sons day finally a gluten free bread that he loves to eat. No more money going in the trash anymore. We discovered your bread when we went to a sandwhich shop and looked at the ingredients of your bread and would you know that he could have it. Not only is […]   Read more »

Bagels

December 8, 2010 at 2:56 pm

I love bagels and I haven’t had any in years because I couldn’t find them gluten-free. Gosh Udi’s is even more delicious than non gluten bagels. Thank you Udi’s and God bless you!Name: MaryannEmail: ball8803@yahoo.omCity: CridersvilleState: OH   Read more »

Finally, something I can Eat

November 22, 2010 at 11:59 pm

when i first found out I was Gluten intolerent my first though was"I love bread". I was so excited to try it, I loved 1 The texture was great and the taste. Can you make it bigger! Sincerley, Cindy Eckert Name: Cindy eckertCity: everettState: Wash   Read more »

On the Road with Heather Collins

November 22, 2010 at 10:11 pm

11/22/10 Greener Pastures for the Gluten Free Green Monster I knew something was wrong with the Gluten Free Green Monster (aka my work suitcase) as I was packing up for the American Dietetic Association Food, Nutrition Conference and Expo in Boston. The vibrant green it was named for had faded to a dull grey.  It […]   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 »

Udi's bread

November 22, 2010 at 2:15 pm

Its such a struggle -at first- adjusting to Gf, my hardest part was not having bread, any of the bread on the market was disheartening to say the least,I"ve wasted soooo much money trying all the bread offered at health food stores, and none was worth buying!!! Until my daughter found udi’s!!!!!!Name: Janeen HolmEmail: spitfirenean@hotmail.comCity: […]   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 »

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