Gluten-Free Blog

Just happy

September 3, 2010 at 7:40 pm

Well I don’t have a really good and interesting story, but I am thankful for your breads, pizza crusts and bagels. I took bagels with us on our last vacation. When you stay at hotels and go down for the complimentary breakfast, it’s often pretty disappointing when you’re Gluten Free. Usually just fruit and coffee. […]   Read more »

Heavenly bread for a hungry teenager

September 3, 2010 at 7:37 pm

This isn’t my story. This is my sons story. Hunter was diagnosed with celiac disease a little over a year ago at 16. As far as diseases go, it’s not the worst one could have. It’s a simple treatment….stay away from gluten. All done. As far as lifestlyles go, it’s a huge change, and I […]   Read more »

Since going gluten free I have had to resort to sniffing some of my old gluten guilty pleasures. Yes, I’m that girl… the one lingering near the pastries in the grocery store with her eyes closed while taking in the heavenly smells. Ahhhhhhh. I wish I could sink my teeth into that ….."SHUT UP! NO […]   Read more »

I Can't Eat What?

September 3, 2010 at 7:08 pm

When we told my 9 yr. old son that he had to follow a Gluten Free diet and could no longer eat his favorite white bread, pizza and pasta, he exclaimed, "I can’t eat what?" As parents, and especially as a mother, I felt so bad for him. But I was determined to find a […]   Read more »

Is Udi's really Gluten-Free?

September 3, 2010 at 7:07 pm

I just travelled from Kingston, Ontario, Canada to Seattle Washington to take my two daughters to Seattle Children’s Hospital. While we were there my 13 year old daughter came across your products in Whole Foods. (we don’t have a Whole Foods where we live). She brought her bag of Udi’s gluten free bagels back to […]   Read more »

Love At First Sight…er, Bite!

September 3, 2010 at 7:02 pm

A couple of weeks ago, I finally clicked on Udi’s Facebook ad, with skepticism as almost everything gluten free I’ve found in my little town (or have had the horrendous experience of attempting too make myself) has either been hard and dense enough to use as a doorstop or tasted and/or felt like sandpaper, especially […]   Read more »

A Difficult & Allergenic Eater

September 3, 2010 at 6:55 pm

About a year ago, my 11 year old son Max was tested for food allergies. After many years of digestive troubles, skin rashes & mood swings, it was found that Max was allergic to ALL gluten products (Celiac), all bovine dairy, all citrus, refined sugars & many perservatives, food colorings & additives. Now, try telling […]   Read more »

Udi's Baked Goods for Gluten-Free Diets

September 3, 2010 at 6:54 pm

I have never tried your brand of GF bread and I tried other gluten free bread and it was HORRIBLE, and I knew that Whole Foods carried your products but it wasn’t until I had to go to the dentist that conveniently there was a WF in the same shopping area as my dentist appt. […]   Read more »

Cinnamon Rolls, Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

September 3, 2010 at 6:43 pm

We’ve looked for decent cinnamon rolls that didn’t taste like hockey pucks for years. Finally our Whole Foods started carrying Udi’s and your gluten free cinnamon rolls are AMAZING! Yummmmmyyyy. A bit expensive…but amazing. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Name: NadiaCity: Sherman OaksState: CA   Read more »

Bodacious Bagels!

September 3, 2010 at 6:42 pm

After more than a decade of misdiagnosis, I found out I had Celiac disease. The one thing I couldn’t seem to replicate from my old diet was a bagel. Not just a bagel, but a decent gluten free bagel. After trying just about every one I could find, I thought it was never going to […]   Read more »

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