What can I eat instead of bread?
I'm allergic to gluten - and cant eat gluten free bread either...but I love sandwiches- so what are good substitues for bread?
What has been suggested to me, because I cannot eat yeast, is tortillas and biscuits. For you to avoid gluten, that could mean corn tortillas. There is also rice bread sold in stores that major on organic or health foods. Wikipedia has a good page on "gluten-free food" where you may find a helpful place to start. All the best as you seek to sort this out and help your body with it's allergy!
Make your own, its easier than you think, follow the link, but remember you can use your own gluten free ingredients http://roosters.hubpages.com/hub/Bread-Made-Easynts.
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