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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Rudi's (as in NOT Udi's)


You might remember a tasty turkey sandwich I wrote about awhile back.

I was very excited....
After all, it was the first time since having 2 celiac diagnoses in the house
that I had found a viable store bought gluten-free bread option for our diets!

Shortly thereafter, I began hearing about another GF bread, with a very similar name.
{For the record, I have no idea why the names are so closely related.}

After committing my life to Udi's, because I couldn't find a loaf of Rudi's anywhere in my area, 
I decided to contact Rudi's to see if they'd send us a sample,
before giving up on them without trying their product.




AND NOT ONLY DID RUDI'S DELIVER, 
BUT WE LOVED IT!


I ate a slice right from the bag....soft, light, airy....YUMMY!


Peanut butter and jelly was the *real* test for these taste buds...
and RUDI'S PASSED WITH FLYING COLORS!

FYI: I do think you get more bread with Rudi's.
Not only are the slices slightly larger, 
but I also didn't notice any "big holes" in the sample loaves they sent.

An example of the "Udi's Big Hole" I just mentioned.
Every now and then, I run a cross a loaf of Udi's, and find these huge holes throughout.
At $5 - $6 for a small loaf, I think it's reasonable to expect that every piece be a full slice!!!

Whether you're a gluten-free newbie or veteran, 
I'd highly recommend that you consider adding Rudi's to your shopping list!

THANKS, RUDI'S!

PS -- For my BodyBack Workout peeps (i.e. KELLY THE INSTRUCTOR), I just wanted to mention that these pictures were taken before I submitted to the BodyBack challenge.  I am NOT randomly eating slices of bread just for the fun of it

PROMISE!

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6 comments:

  1. You are so funny! (Are you not supposed to have big slices of GF bread with BodyBack?) heehee

    PS-it looks delish, and very bread-like!! : ) Yum!

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  2. I am so finally looking for some decent fake bread. GF bread is really fake bread after all. I haven't found anything palatable. I don't have a toaster and really love eating my bread straight up. perhaps that's just leftover from the days of normal gluten indulgence. Is the Udi's stuff really that good? I've seen it in the freezer section but haven't tried it yet. I am tempted to contact these companies now that I see if I pester enough I might get free samples!
    your pictures look so delicious

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  3. Hm, interesting. I will have to check this brand out! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  4. Next time you're in Costco, look for Rudi's there. I saw it in ours.

    How great that you have tasty options now?!!!!

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  5. Yay! I'm so glad that there are more tasty options for GF bread!

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  6. Your pictures really say it all. That bread looks great! Does it have much sugar / sodium / preservatives? Thanks!

    ~ Tiffany

    Transfer of Health
    Healthy Living and Recipes

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