I looked up some gluten free products, and some may be viable. Trial and Error. I will be attempting to send you a copy of the information. Hope you find something which works. I see some possibilities, but I like to "play". It appears these are from a book on the site.
Gluten-free diet: What's allowed, what's not By Mayo Clinic staff
It's important to make sure that they are not processed or mixed with gluten-containing grains, additives or preservatives. Many grains and starches can be part of a gluten-free diet: Amaranth Arrowroot Buckwheat Corn and cornmeal Flax Gluten-free flours (rice, soy, corn, potato, bean) Hominy (corn) Millet Quinoa Rice Sorghum Soy Tapioca Teff
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Hi - I googled it and found that you can buy a gluten-free Panko. Not sure what that costs; but you might want to check to see if it's available at your stores. Alternatively, it's really just a type of bread crumbs I think so if you have some type of gluten-free bread that you already use, what about making your own bread crumbs out of that? Just a thought. Good luck.
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