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New Gluten Free Products and a Giveaway!

by Cassidy Stockton in Contests, Featured Articles, Gluten Free
Gluten Free Quick Oats and Gluten Free Oat Flour are produced from high quality, gluten free oats.

Gluten Free Quick Oats and Gluten Free Oat Flour are produced from high quality, gluten free oats.

We are more than delighted to announce that we are now producing Gluten Free Quick Cooking Rolled Oats and Gluten Free Whole Grain Oat Flour. Both of these new products are produced from the highest quality gluten free oats grown on dedicated oat-growing fields by a cooperative of 200 farms. Each farm delivery is sampled many times and tested with an R5 ELISA gluten test to ensure the absence of gluten.

Our gluten free customers have found our Gluten Free Old Fashioned Rolled Oats and Gluten Free Steel Cut Oats to be a welcome addition to their diet and have not hesitated to share this with us. While some people with celiac disease may not tolerate even the purest of oats, many of our customers have enjoyed these heart-healthy additions to their morning routine.

Not only do oats add a wonderful nutritional boost, they also open up a realm of baking that was previously hard to replicate using the products available in the marketplace- oatmeal cookies, granola, muesli, the possibilities are endless with gluten free oats. Adding gluten free quick oats and gluten free oat flour only opens up more possibilities!

To celebrate these new additions to our gluten free line, we’ve partnered with Carol Fenster to bring you an awesome giveaway. Carol was a huge advocate for bringing these products to you, so we’re giving away 10 autographed copies of Carol’s beautiful 1000 Gluten Free Recipes. To sweeten the pot, we’re adding a package of gluten free oat flour and gluten free quick oats for each of our 10 winners.

Gluten Free Oat Flour is a wonderful way to add the nutrition of oats into your gluten free baking.

Gluten Free Oat Flour is a wonderful way to add the nutrition of oats into your gluten free baking.

How to enter:

Please read this carefully or you may not be counted in the giveaway. You must complete number one to be entered, but you have more chances to win by completing the additional entry tasks.

  1. To be entered you MUST do this: Leave a comment on this blog post and tell us what you would make using Gluten Free Quick Oats. This must be done at www.bobsredmill.com/blog.

Additional Entries:

1 Entry: Visit Carol Fenster’s site, Savory Palate, and locate Carol’s Culinary Cues and sign up for her newsletter. THEN, report back to the blog and tell us that you subscribed.

1 Entry: Become a friend of Carol Fenster on Facebook . THEN, report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

1 Entry: Become a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook. THEN, report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

Carol Fenster's book is a beautiful collection of 1000 recipes for every occasion.

Carol Fenster's book is a beautiful collection of 1000 recipes for every occasion.

1 Entry: As a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on facebook, post a message on our wall and tell us why you want to win.

1 Entry: Follow us on Twitter (@bobs_red_mill). THEN report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

1 Entry: If you have a blog or website, post about this contest and link back to our blog. THEN report back to our blog and tell us that you did.

Don’t forget to return to the blog to tell us what you did to earn extra entries. The contest ends on 04/30/10 at midnight. Winners will be announced on 05/03/10.

04/02: UPDATE: Since so many of you are already friends of ours on Facebook or following us on Twitter, just leave a comment that you’re already doing this and we’ll still count it as an entry.

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530 Responses to “New Gluten Free Products and a Giveaway!”

  1. I am married to honest-to-goodness foodie who loves bread. My husband has been suffering from celiac symptoms for a few years now, and even though the docs say it’s not celiac’s, we are going to try a GF diet. I would like to bake a moist, pull apart oatmeal bread that would be unforgetable–to go with my power-house chicken soup!

  2. Oops, I see your contest ended April 30. I’m still gonna try your new GF oats. Thanks for providing so much help with the recipes. I love to bake, and your products and guidance are very helpful! Thanks!

  3. I am new to the gluten free foods and i don’t know that I have a favorite yet at least, just excited that you make it readily available for people. Thanks

  4. I love your gluten free oats. Thanks for adding more varieties. I see oatmeal cookies in my future…

  5. Thank you for offering all of the wonderful gluten free flours and mixes. I really appreciate it. I feel I can trust your GF labels.

  6. Bob’s Red Mill, I am already your FB friend. :) Yesterday Treasure Island tried to get me to send you an explorer pack.

  7. Oops! Sorry, I didn’t see that the contest was already ended. Too bad! That’s a great cookbook! (I borrowed it from our county library)

  8. We are using the homemade wonderful bread mix with a Zojirushi bread machine and the loaf rises very nicely. Take it out and lay it on a cooling rack and the top collapses inward and the sides collapse inward also. I have tried to cut back a 1/4 tsp on the yeast and less egg as suggested by a person in customer service at Bob’s. It has not helped at all. Is anyone else making the gluten free bread mix in a Zojirushi machine and having this problem???

  9. I am someone who has sever Celiacs and was just diagnosed about 6 mo. ago. I am searching for food that taste good and won’t make me deathly sick. Thank you for your products! I LOVE them! I would be thrilled to try the oats. Thank you~!