Free cookbooks from the library and found site after site of gluten free recipes online. I started a little notebook of GF recipes, all breads. Then I started buying weird flours - things like Garfava...a unique blend of garbanzo and fava beans ground into flour. Finally, I got out my new Blendtec grain grinder and ground up some brown rice and some white rice. Then, I made biscuits.
Have you ever had Marie biscuit or any other cracker types sitting in your shelf for a while. Crumble the marie biscuit or any other kinds that you might have with your hands into small pieces or put the biscuits in a ziploc bag and ask your kids to break them with a rolling pin
Now go forth and be the king (or queen) of yourkitchen. When you see how simply and accurately your homemade version can happen, you really start wondering what all the other junk in the store bought version is for