Gluten-Free Blog


Finally… A GF bread worthy to eat.

September 24, 2010 at 12:41 am

My husband found out that he was allergic to gluten 3 years ago. It was very difficult at first because every GF product out there at the time was horrible tasting. We just avoided bread altogether because what is the point of eating something that tastes so badly. A few months ago he noticed a […]   Read more »

Celiac Camp at Camp Arroyo with Udi’s

September 23, 2010 at 9:25 pm

This is our initial launch of “On The Road: A Slice of Gluten-Free Life” – done in the style of the late Charles Kuralt. Join me in this month’s blog journey as we visit YMCA Camp Arroyo in beautiful Northern California. Let’s go camping – celiac style! I have a confession. Even though I live […]   Read more »

Each month, I travel to communities across the country meeting gluten-free fans of Udi’s. I am always overjoyed by the sense of gratitude people have for Udi’s and how our breads have changed their lives in a positive way. Some people hug me; some cry tears for joy, most are always willing to share their […]   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 »

Bread is soothing to the Soul

September 23, 2010 at 4:31 pm

I will never forget the first time I tried Udi’s GF bread. It was the first bread I had eaten in 2 months after being diagnosed with Celiac. Our friends had invited us over for the weekend. My husband and I hadn’t gone anywhere for the first two months after my diagnosis. I was depressed, […]   Read more »

Tastes Like Wheat Free Heaven!

September 23, 2010 at 4:27 pm

Our daughter began to develop strange symptoms, with abdominal pain, bloating and acid reflux at the age of 7. After some testing we learned she has food allergies to gluten, casein, and peanuts. How to handle lunch at school became a real problem after trying various breads for over 2 years and finding nothing that […]   Read more »

Gluten-Free to Go, Made Easy

September 23, 2010 at 2:49 pm

TIPS & ADVICE FROM THE PROSBy: Marlisa Brown – MS, RD, CDE, CDN Registered Dietician After changing to a gluten-free diet I used to spend a lot of time trying to find meals that fit into my active lifestyle. Today, living gluten-free no longer means struggling to create interesting lunches to go, Udi’s fabulous gluten-free […]   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 »

Celiac Happiness

September 22, 2010 at 4:34 pm

I was just diagnosed with Celiac’s disease and when I started thinking about all the foods I would have to give up I got really sad. I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and I tried it on rice cakes and it was well ….cardboard! I was really bumed out when my hubby said lets […]   Read more »

Cinnamon Love

September 22, 2010 at 4:31 pm

I recently got out of a long term relationship, in the middle of which I was diagnosed with Celiac disease. My former boyfriend went through the whole transition with me, and learned from the bottom up just like I did. After the split, my friends started asking me how I planned on dating with such […]   Read more »

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