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1.  Find a grocery store near you that sells gluten-free rice bread. I like Udi’s. ImageThey sell it most places in the United States. Bread is easy, familiar, and now common enough, that it is probably not expensive.

2.  Buy a bag of rice. This is breakfast cereal, and a good dinner side.Image

If you don’t have access to a kitchen, you can even make it in the microwave.

3.  Find a protein you like that is not expensive, and shelf-stable. Bush’s beans are $1.00 a can. Mori-Nu tofu (in the shelf-stable packages) is gluten-free. Water or oil packed tuna is safe to eat two or three times a week. (Water or oil packed, only—broth can have modified food starch that has wheat.)Image If you can’t tolerate soy, gluten-free almond milk in aseptic packages is a good, cheaper, gluten-free source of protein. (more…)

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