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  1. Hi J, I have made some great progress making gluten free sourdough bread. I am also allergic to eggs, dairy, yeast, and I have had trouble with some of the common gluten free ingredients like chick pea flour and tapioca flour. I experimented for a few years and came up with some really workable techniques and recipes. So far, all my recipes are rice based but I am working on a recipe for someone that uses millet as a base. Please look at the free recipes on my blog so you can get an idea of how sourdough can work for people with multiple allergies. http://glutenfreesourdough.blogspot.com Please email me if you have questions. Good Luck! sharon