1. Tea. âTrueâ tea is made from the camellia sinensis plant. This include black, green, oolong, pu-erh, white, and any other type of tea you can think of. Herbal teas are not always 100% gluten free because of the artificial ingredients used to flavor certain types of herbals. Always check the label to be sure. 2. Quinoa. Resembling rice this flavor miming health food blends well with almost anything and will take on that ingredients taste. It can be used anywhere rice is without any gluten. 3. Vegetables. While this may seem clear up front, it is important to know that we are mostly talking about green veges here. They have more fiber, minerals, and vitamins than others. Try these out: kale, collards, and broccoli. 4. Chia seeds. These little buggers are chalk full of omega-3s, fiber, magnesium, and anti-oxidants! Plus they have a high level of protein and that protein is supposed to break down better than conventional protein. 5. Fruits. Again, a seemingly obvious one but just like with vegetables you want to go for the darker fruits like cherries, blueberries, raspberries, and the like.