Udi’s gluten free bread and Rudi’s gluten free bread are both great! I experienced both of them for the first time this month and all I can say is that they are the two best things that I have happened to my gluten free diet since I was diagnosed in 1999.
Rudi’s is the best choice for people who eat a lot of sandwiches. The slices are not quite as large as traditional bread, but they definitely bigger than Udi’s product.
It seems to me that Udi’s bread tastes better untoasted. I didn’t realize how important that was to me until I tried this bread. I really missed the taste of just plain bread.
I read several other articles comparing the two products (after first making up my own mind.) Most of my colleagues agree that the decision is a ‘toss-up’. It all a matter of personal choice, local availability, and price.
Many of the posts that I read ask the same question: are Rudi and Udi related. No one seems to have a definite answer. Perhaps I will be able to help here. Both companies are headquartered in the Denver area and I will be there during the last week in March. I’ll definitely be checking these places out. I’ll report to you what I find.