Gluten-Free Blog

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 »

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: […]   Read more »

Old Fashioned Hamburger

November 8, 2010 at 2:21 am

It begins like this…I was diagnosed with gluten intolerance sixteen months ago. And though I love a good old fashioned hamburger, I had decided that a protein burger(Turkey patty & all the fixins’wrapped in romaine) would be the best it would get. I really stopped ordering burgers out, in an effort to be gluten-free. When […]   Read more »


November 7, 2010 at 1:11 pm

Wow, was the word I used when I first tried Udis white bread. I was visiting family out of state and went grocery shopping with them and came across the bread! i said to myself, do I dare waste this money on this after all the g-free bread that I had wasted money on in […]   Read more »

good bread

November 5, 2010 at 2:16 am

i have tried all kinds of different gluten free bread and then i tried Udi’s OMG it is so good the other breads have no flavor but Udi’s sure does, i want to thank you for making such good bread. Name: Diana S.City: SeatacState: WA   Read more »

Dave’s Desperation

November 4, 2010 at 4:38 pm

My husband was diagnosed with Celiac Disorder on his 56th birthday three years ago (he was born on Halloween). He used to eat at least two to three sandwiches a day and loves toast. He was depressed that the things in life he loved the most were being “taken away”. No cake, no pizza, no […]   Read more »

No toasting needed!!

November 2, 2010 at 9:34 pm

I was diagnosed with Celiac’s disease in December 2009. Like many people I had not been feeling well a long time before we figured out what was wrong. Adjusting to gluten free living at first was, overwhelming, intimidating, maddening and difficult. I adjusted o.k. to not eating things like donuts, bagels and cookies, but bread […]   Read more »

So Excited

October 31, 2010 at 2:24 am

I recently decided to eat a gluten free diet as I tried it a while back and it seemed to make me feel better. However, I LOVE bread and that is my main problem with the gluten free diet. All the gluten free breads that I previously tried tasted like dirt. I was looking in […]   Read more »


October 21, 2010 at 4:46 pm

Our Dr., Guy DaSilva, recommended that we change my son’s diet to gluten free. And so we did, my son was always complaining of stomachaches and all other digestive disorders… Regular bread WAS NOT AN OPTION, so we went 100% gluten free… oh Boy! those were some trying times… My son finally said to stop […]   Read more »


October 19, 2010 at 3:59 pm

I knew I loved your bread but I was skeptical about a gluten free bagel. I finally broke down and tried them yesterday and they were awesome!!! Fluffy, light, and delicious! Now all you need is to make some everything bagels…. Name: SamanthaEmail: bailechica3@yahoo.comCity: ThompsonState: CT   Read more »