Jason’s Deli Roast Beef Gluten-Free Sandwich with chips hit the spot.
Jason’s Deli Roast Beef Gluten-Free
I love sandwiches! The hardest part of going gluten free is the bread and being a sandwich lover.
The brand they choose to use is Udi’s. Be aware that they do use eggs in their bread. If you are allergic to eggs, check with a doctor before eating this bread.
Tip: toast the gluten free bread (especially when dining out) as it may fall apart if you don’t. If eating a sandwich on ‘toast’ is an awkward thing, think of BLT sandwiches, those are on toast.
Asking for Italian dressing for a sandwich spread rather than mayo if you have an egg allergy. Mayonnaise is made from eggs. Make sure you are reading the labels.
Another tip would be to ask for those persons preparing your meal to change their hand gloves and/or wash their hands.
They use Udi’s bread which you can buy and have at home if you like it. A wonderful way to try the bread before spending money on a loaf that you don’t like. Or check out my pantry reviews on bread.
If gluten is the only thing that you are trying to avoid, this is a wonderful place to get a sandwich.
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