Over the last few months, the products from Katz Gluten Free have moved up high on my list of baked goods. The fact that I can get their Challah bread (which we like A LOT for sandwiches) at Ingles Supermarket nearby my Milledgeville home is a plus, too.
But it's not just the product that inspires me. Oh, it does. Don't get me wrong. It's GF, dedicated, and Kosher. It is Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten Intolerance Group® (www.gluten.net).
It's the heart and soul of this company that makes me want to patronize it more and more. The story is really cool, about Mrs. Katz and her two sons who were gluten intolerant, and how she made these products gluten, nut and dairy free. But there's a lot of character in this product -- the kind I admire.
How did I find them? Here's a story: A while back last summer perhaps, my friend Gluten Free Steve (who, if you didn't know, has ended his blog BUT it still is one of the best up there and out there) had a contest on his site to win from Katz. I tried to enter. It wouldn't let me. So I politely emailed the company. The next day, a very nice guy named