You can buy or make Ezekial bread & Manna bread as your traditional grain or you can go gluten free. There are recipes for both on several baking web sites. The flours used for gluten free diet is soy, potato, rice bean or corn. They are all very easy to work with and although the texture sometimes come out different then the original recipe it's still good.
I hope that answers your question,
The gluten free version was in a recipe link to gluten free breads.
Thanks for all that work typing the list of foods to eat and also avoid. I've followed a total gluten free diet for 2 years now and it's overwhelming at first, but once I changed my kitchen around and looked at recipes to fit my diet it wasn't and isn't that hard.
Going gluten free is one of those things that I say to myself "NOTHING TO IT BUT TO DO IT". AND ... I feel better being gluten free. less joint pain, less GI trouble, less respiratory problems.
Bitten by tick in 1989 (20 years ago)
Dx with Lyme's in 1993. Treated for 8 years with amoxil.
Now dx with babesia last this month.