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Sunday, May 16, 2010

glutenfreeda burritos

I recently discovered the Glutenfreeda brand of gluten free prepared foods, and have seen their products at both Drive Organics and Choices Markets. Glutenfreeda makes burritos, oatmeal (non-contaminated oats), granola, cookies, and an ice cream sandwich bar......that's right...an Ice Cream SandwichI noticed in Choices weekly flyer that the Glutenfreeda burritos are on sale—two for five dollars! good prices make it easier to test new gluten free products, so I bought two. (sale price until may 19th, while quantities last)

I tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese and the Vegetarian and Dairy Free. I have to say, I am very impressed with this product! they are not huge, but a good size, and a snap to cook in the microwave, taking only three minutes to cook! if you are not into microwaving your food, you can also cook them in the oven, which takes about forty-five minutes. I thought both tasted very fresh, and all ingredients were easy to distinguish, which is sometimes not the case with frozen prepared meals. the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese has some zip to it, which I also liked. there are two additional flavours, Chicken and Cheese, and Breakfast Beef, both of which I would love to try. Glutenfreeda burritos are not just gluten free, but they are also made from natural and organic ingredients, are non-GMO, contain no hydrogenated oils, and no trans fats. 

oh how I wish I had had these as an option back when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease, and studying in university full-time. I never had time to prepare my own meals to take to school, and there were zero gluten free options available on campus. add a salad or some veggie sticks, and I can see these burritos offering anyone with a busy schedule a tasty and quick meal. 

for more Glutenfreeda product information have a look at the Glutenfreeda Foods website, which also has a page dedicated to Celiac Disease, including excellent links and resources. Glutenfreeda.com looks like an excellent resource for online cooking support, and recipes. 

so far I have seen Glutenfreeda products at Drive Organics and Choices Market, if you have seen them elsewhere, let us know, and we will update this post.  Andrea.

***Glutenfreeda burritos are also available at Greens Organics, thanks for the update Jeff!


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3 comments:

jthor99 said...

Hey Andrea,
I bought a bunch of these a couple of weeks ago at Greens on Broadway and Maple when they were on sale. I only tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese flavour, but it was pretty good. Smallish, but a bit bigger and cheaper than the Que Pasa Chicken Enchilada.

Jeff

Anonymous said...

I am also a lover of these! Just a heads up that you can also find them at Famous Foods! They only have two flavors mostly (Veg Bean and Cheese flavor and I can't remember which other one)

kathleen said...

Hi,
I also found them at IGA on Burrard Street, downtown. They have a great gluten-free section there in their freezer!

Kathleen

Sunday, May 16, 2010

glutenfreeda burritos

I recently discovered the Glutenfreeda brand of gluten free prepared foods, and have seen their products at both Drive Organics and Choices Markets. Glutenfreeda makes burritos, oatmeal (non-contaminated oats), granola, cookies, and an ice cream sandwich bar......that's right...an Ice Cream SandwichI noticed in Choices weekly flyer that the Glutenfreeda burritos are on sale—two for five dollars! good prices make it easier to test new gluten free products, so I bought two. (sale price until may 19th, while quantities last)

I tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese and the Vegetarian and Dairy Free. I have to say, I am very impressed with this product! they are not huge, but a good size, and a snap to cook in the microwave, taking only three minutes to cook! if you are not into microwaving your food, you can also cook them in the oven, which takes about forty-five minutes. I thought both tasted very fresh, and all ingredients were easy to distinguish, which is sometimes not the case with frozen prepared meals. the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese has some zip to it, which I also liked. there are two additional flavours, Chicken and Cheese, and Breakfast Beef, both of which I would love to try. Glutenfreeda burritos are not just gluten free, but they are also made from natural and organic ingredients, are non-GMO, contain no hydrogenated oils, and no trans fats. 

oh how I wish I had had these as an option back when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease, and studying in university full-time. I never had time to prepare my own meals to take to school, and there were zero gluten free options available on campus. add a salad or some veggie sticks, and I can see these burritos offering anyone with a busy schedule a tasty and quick meal. 

for more Glutenfreeda product information have a look at the Glutenfreeda Foods website, which also has a page dedicated to Celiac Disease, including excellent links and resources. Glutenfreeda.com looks like an excellent resource for online cooking support, and recipes. 

so far I have seen Glutenfreeda products at Drive Organics and Choices Market, if you have seen them elsewhere, let us know, and we will update this post.  Andrea.

***Glutenfreeda burritos are also available at Greens Organics, thanks for the update Jeff!


glutenfreeda   |   glutenfreeda online cooking class


3 comments:

jthor99 said...

Hey Andrea,
I bought a bunch of these a couple of weeks ago at Greens on Broadway and Maple when they were on sale. I only tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese flavour, but it was pretty good. Smallish, but a bit bigger and cheaper than the Que Pasa Chicken Enchilada.

Jeff

Anonymous said...

I am also a lover of these! Just a heads up that you can also find them at Famous Foods! They only have two flavors mostly (Veg Bean and Cheese flavor and I can't remember which other one)

kathleen said...

Hi,
I also found them at IGA on Burrard Street, downtown. They have a great gluten-free section there in their freezer!

Kathleen

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

glutenfreeda burritos

I recently discovered the Glutenfreeda brand of gluten free prepared foods, and have seen their products at both Drive Organics and Choices Markets. Glutenfreeda makes burritos, oatmeal (non-contaminated oats), granola, cookies, and an ice cream sandwich bar......that's right...an Ice Cream SandwichI noticed in Choices weekly flyer that the Glutenfreeda burritos are on sale—two for five dollars! good prices make it easier to test new gluten free products, so I bought two. (sale price until may 19th, while quantities last)

I tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese and the Vegetarian and Dairy Free. I have to say, I am very impressed with this product! they are not huge, but a good size, and a snap to cook in the microwave, taking only three minutes to cook! if you are not into microwaving your food, you can also cook them in the oven, which takes about forty-five minutes. I thought both tasted very fresh, and all ingredients were easy to distinguish, which is sometimes not the case with frozen prepared meals. the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese has some zip to it, which I also liked. there are two additional flavours, Chicken and Cheese, and Breakfast Beef, both of which I would love to try. Glutenfreeda burritos are not just gluten free, but they are also made from natural and organic ingredients, are non-GMO, contain no hydrogenated oils, and no trans fats. 

oh how I wish I had had these as an option back when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease, and studying in university full-time. I never had time to prepare my own meals to take to school, and there were zero gluten free options available on campus. add a salad or some veggie sticks, and I can see these burritos offering anyone with a busy schedule a tasty and quick meal. 

for more Glutenfreeda product information have a look at the Glutenfreeda Foods website, which also has a page dedicated to Celiac Disease, including excellent links and resources. Glutenfreeda.com looks like an excellent resource for online cooking support, and recipes. 

so far I have seen Glutenfreeda products at Drive Organics and Choices Market, if you have seen them elsewhere, let us know, and we will update this post.  Andrea.

***Glutenfreeda burritos are also available at Greens Organics, thanks for the update Jeff!


glutenfreeda   |   glutenfreeda online cooking class


3 comments:

jthor99 said...

Hey Andrea,
I bought a bunch of these a couple of weeks ago at Greens on Broadway and Maple when they were on sale. I only tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese flavour, but it was pretty good. Smallish, but a bit bigger and cheaper than the Que Pasa Chicken Enchilada.

Jeff

Anonymous said...

I am also a lover of these! Just a heads up that you can also find them at Famous Foods! They only have two flavors mostly (Veg Bean and Cheese flavor and I can't remember which other one)

kathleen said...

Hi,
I also found them at IGA on Burrard Street, downtown. They have a great gluten-free section there in their freezer!

Kathleen

Sunday, May 16, 2010

glutenfreeda burritos

I recently discovered the Glutenfreeda brand of gluten free prepared foods, and have seen their products at both Drive Organics and Choices Markets. Glutenfreeda makes burritos, oatmeal (non-contaminated oats), granola, cookies, and an ice cream sandwich bar......that's right...an Ice Cream SandwichI noticed in Choices weekly flyer that the Glutenfreeda burritos are on sale—two for five dollars! good prices make it easier to test new gluten free products, so I bought two. (sale price until may 19th, while quantities last)

I tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese and the Vegetarian and Dairy Free. I have to say, I am very impressed with this product! they are not huge, but a good size, and a snap to cook in the microwave, taking only three minutes to cook! if you are not into microwaving your food, you can also cook them in the oven, which takes about forty-five minutes. I thought both tasted very fresh, and all ingredients were easy to distinguish, which is sometimes not the case with frozen prepared meals. the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese has some zip to it, which I also liked. there are two additional flavours, Chicken and Cheese, and Breakfast Beef, both of which I would love to try. Glutenfreeda burritos are not just gluten free, but they are also made from natural and organic ingredients, are non-GMO, contain no hydrogenated oils, and no trans fats. 

oh how I wish I had had these as an option back when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease, and studying in university full-time. I never had time to prepare my own meals to take to school, and there were zero gluten free options available on campus. add a salad or some veggie sticks, and I can see these burritos offering anyone with a busy schedule a tasty and quick meal. 

for more Glutenfreeda product information have a look at the Glutenfreeda Foods website, which also has a page dedicated to Celiac Disease, including excellent links and resources. Glutenfreeda.com looks like an excellent resource for online cooking support, and recipes. 

so far I have seen Glutenfreeda products at Drive Organics and Choices Market, if you have seen them elsewhere, let us know, and we will update this post.  Andrea.

***Glutenfreeda burritos are also available at Greens Organics, thanks for the update Jeff!


glutenfreeda   |   glutenfreeda online cooking class


3 comments:

jthor99 said...

Hey Andrea,
I bought a bunch of these a couple of weeks ago at Greens on Broadway and Maple when they were on sale. I only tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese flavour, but it was pretty good. Smallish, but a bit bigger and cheaper than the Que Pasa Chicken Enchilada.

Jeff

Anonymous said...

I am also a lover of these! Just a heads up that you can also find them at Famous Foods! They only have two flavors mostly (Veg Bean and Cheese flavor and I can't remember which other one)

kathleen said...

Hi,
I also found them at IGA on Burrard Street, downtown. They have a great gluten-free section there in their freezer!

Kathleen

Sunday, May 16, 2010

glutenfreeda burritos

I recently discovered the Glutenfreeda brand of gluten free prepared foods, and have seen their products at both Drive Organics and Choices Markets. Glutenfreeda makes burritos, oatmeal (non-contaminated oats), granola, cookies, and an ice cream sandwich bar......that's right...an Ice Cream SandwichI noticed in Choices weekly flyer that the Glutenfreeda burritos are on sale—two for five dollars! good prices make it easier to test new gluten free products, so I bought two. (sale price until may 19th, while quantities last)

I tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese and the Vegetarian and Dairy Free. I have to say, I am very impressed with this product! they are not huge, but a good size, and a snap to cook in the microwave, taking only three minutes to cook! if you are not into microwaving your food, you can also cook them in the oven, which takes about forty-five minutes. I thought both tasted very fresh, and all ingredients were easy to distinguish, which is sometimes not the case with frozen prepared meals. the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese has some zip to it, which I also liked. there are two additional flavours, Chicken and Cheese, and Breakfast Beef, both of which I would love to try. Glutenfreeda burritos are not just gluten free, but they are also made from natural and organic ingredients, are non-GMO, contain no hydrogenated oils, and no trans fats. 

oh how I wish I had had these as an option back when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease, and studying in university full-time. I never had time to prepare my own meals to take to school, and there were zero gluten free options available on campus. add a salad or some veggie sticks, and I can see these burritos offering anyone with a busy schedule a tasty and quick meal. 

for more Glutenfreeda product information have a look at the Glutenfreeda Foods website, which also has a page dedicated to Celiac Disease, including excellent links and resources. Glutenfreeda.com looks like an excellent resource for online cooking support, and recipes. 

so far I have seen Glutenfreeda products at Drive Organics and Choices Market, if you have seen them elsewhere, let us know, and we will update this post.  Andrea.

***Glutenfreeda burritos are also available at Greens Organics, thanks for the update Jeff!


glutenfreeda   |   glutenfreeda online cooking class


3 comments:

jthor99 said...

Hey Andrea,
I bought a bunch of these a couple of weeks ago at Greens on Broadway and Maple when they were on sale. I only tried the Vegetarian Bean and Cheese flavour, but it was pretty good. Smallish, but a bit bigger and cheaper than the Que Pasa Chicken Enchilada.

Jeff

Anonymous said...

I am also a lover of these! Just a heads up that you can also find them at Famous Foods! They only have two flavors mostly (Veg Bean and Cheese flavor and I can't remember which other one)

kathleen said...

Hi,
I also found them at IGA on Burrard Street, downtown. They have a great gluten-free section there in their freezer!

Kathleen