My wife has been glueten free for several years, but I do nearly all the cooking so here it goes. Just cook whole good foods and it is easy, meat, all manner of veg, rice, potato, yam, squash et. etc., try to grow a garden or containers in the summer to suplement if you can.
For pre-made bread, Udi's products are pretty good, also sanoma wraps aren't bad, corn tortialls are glueten free yo, especially if you make your own, get yo self a tortilla press!
Bob's Red Mill makes a large selection of glueten free baking products, but I like Pamela's products better, I have tried a lot of various wheat free pasta products and we like Trader Joes rice pasta products about the best, also if you can get yo self to an asian grocery store, they got about 1 million kinds of rice noodles. For just about any processed or canned food, take a close look at the label if you need to go 100% without wheat glueten cause it is in nearly everything. For alcohol, potato vodka, wine, sake, there are some glueten free beer but I haven't found any tasty ones, luckily I aint gluten free. or get yo self a vaporizer. Good luck, p.s. every person should have a naturopath as a primary care physician!
I might add the photo of the 2 person pizza on the Owyhee in the little round DO is a Pamela's gluten free crust mix, which is about the best off the shelf gluten free pizza crust mix I have found the resembles a wheat crust very closely in texture and taste