This bread is really delicious and reminds me of a wholegrain sourdough rye. I don’t buy processed GF products, so I devised the following adaptable recipe for a flatbread that’s very easy to make, and you can effortlessly adjust it to lots of different flavors and textures. My husband, who doesn’t have to eat GF will frequently polish off the whole tray, when I add a bruschetta topping of chopped tomatoes, parsley, garlic, and olive oil. You can add olives, sun-dried tomatoes, rosemary or oregano, sesame seeds, etc. into the mix, and even use it as a pizza base. It’s not paleo or AIP since it includes grains, but it is a good substitute for those upgrading their eating habits for health reasons.