Ah, it might be the biggest gluten free question of all: when will people with celiac disease find a bread that tastes “normal”? Many companies are vying for that title, including Rudi’s Gluten Free bread. And many breads have come a long way.
Rudi’s recently sent me a free loaf of its Multigrain bread to try and review on my blog. So I took it to one of the most discerning people about bread that I know. My dad.
My dad is currently on the gluten-free diet and has been frustrated with bread. So when I brought it up for Easter, he was happy to try it. He had it toasted with some egg salad. When he was done he said “That almost tasted like regular bread!” Is that a ringing endorsement? Well I don’t know that Rudi’s will be using his quote as a marketing “tag line” anytime soon. But as anyone who has dealt with buying and wasting a lot of bread, this really is a good review. He confirmed he would absolutely eat it again.
I tried it the next day just thawed with honey butter and I thought the texture and the flavor was great! I have not tried it as a sandwich that you make in the morning and then eat at noon. But I would buy it and try it for that.
You can purchase the bread at Rudi’s Gluten Free online. Otherwise you can find a location where the bread is sold by clicking here. Just be sure to look for “gluten free” written on the packaging because Rudi’s also makes organic bread that is not gluten free.