Hi, Tina. I was diagnosed with a wheat intolerance, not actual gluten. When you take everything out at once, it can be overwhelming. There are some good GF bread recipes. Check out the recipes on this team.
I can't eat corn, so that takes a lot out for me. I also can't eat peanuts or tree nuts with the exception of almond meal. I've found Bob's Red Mill oats readily available, and no problem. I personally haven't had problems with Coach's oats either. The problem with oats is that they are often contaminated by other products with gluten, rather than being the bad guy themselves.
Check soy sauces. La Choy has a wheat free one, and even a lower sodium option. That's where I was having trouble in the beginning. Asain stores have good prices on brown and white rice pastas, which are very good.
Many times I just have my sandwiches just wrapped in a big lettuce leaf. The Betty Crocker mixes are good. You can go to their site and get some coupons.
Good luck. I feel SOOOO much better than I did 7 months ago that I'll never go back!
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