Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Opinions About Food: Udi's Gluten Free Sandwich Bread

Are you currently living in a tent due to the economic downturn? Are you currently living in a tent because you're occupying Wall St/Boston/Iowa City? If you're living in a tent for any reason, I've got great news for you! Udi's Gluten Free Breads are satisfying even without toasting!

Pros: Udi's breads taste good and they hold up slightly better than other breads. These breads don't have any of the weird beany, metallic, or odd flavors that some gluten-free baked goods have. These breads also lack the grainy texture of some gluten-free breads and bread-like products. I had a hamburger between two slices of their white sandwich bread and it crumbled/got soggy/disintegrated slower than typical gluten-free breads. I was able to eat about half of my burger before reverting to a knife and fork! Progress! It also makes a damn fine grilled cheese sandwich. This bread also freezes well, in case you don't eat a lot of bread.

Cons: The loaves are tiny. I felt like Gulliver eating  Lilliputian sandwiches. But the Glutenless Goddess don't care (That's a Honey Badger reference for those of you who aren't on top of old viral videos... NSFW). 

Go forth and fill your tent with Udi's bread. If you live in a high-end tent, go ahead and fill your breadbasket. 


  1. Next time you have burgers you should get the Udi's gfree bagels! Yummy and not soggy.
    (you could also get the hamburger buns.. but that seemed obvious)

  2. I've been using their bagels to make toasted turkey and cheese sandwiches, but it hadn't occurred to me to use bagels as hamburger buns. Good idea!

  3. Thanks for sharing I will definitely have to try Udi's, I have been hearing a lot of great feedback about it. However, if you are looking for THE BEST gluten free sandwich bread then you need to try Bavarian's!