So, for a few years now we have eaten Udi Gluten free bread. The family likes it toasted and plain (when we rarely eat a sandwich). Up until now we have been buying it at Trader Joe’s. Well, this spring Costco (yeah!) started carrying a larger loaf in the frozen food section (in ours it is near the frozen berries – who would have guessed).
Anyways, I had seen coupons for Rudi Gluten free bread, but had never seen it in a store. Well, the last time I was in Walmart (yes, I go there now, but not often) I went looking around and I found Rudi Gluten free bread in the frozen food section so I picked up a loaf.
The first time I tried the Rudi Gluten free bread I made it into toast. It was tasty and didn’t fall apart.
On Father’s Day we took a picnic so I took some Rudi Gluten free bread (frozen when we left the house, but defrosted by the time we got there). I hate to say it, but the bread fell apart as we were eating it.
(Note: I did email the company that makes Rudi Gluten free bread and got a response that their bread does crumble.)
So, even though I don’t go to Walmart often I will be using the coupons I find to get some reduced gluten free bread for making toast in the mornings.
Oh, and both Udi and Rudi Gluten free bread are made in Colorado.
What new gluten free products have you tried lately?
Later – H