Hi--I'm also "wheat-free" due to endometriosis (we can use this as a treatment).
I've been like this since winter 04--so if you have ANY questions--please just email me directly, I can also give you some tips on how to chose "wheat free".
In the end though--depending on where you live--you may find it easier to go gluten-free--I find it hard & REALLY expensive at times to just go "wheat-free"--so I've developed a taste for the "Gluten-Free" brand Cookies; pancakes, and cake mixes.
I really miss pizza--and found that buying gluten free pizza crusts & making my own works wonders for this!
Plus you'll notice that the texture is "off"--& different. Wheat free products tend to be denser.
We as wheat free--can eat oat flour--and oat flour can be substituted for white or brown wheat flour cup for cup.
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