No, you want to avoid wheat and other gluten-containing grans completely. They break down very quickly into sugars and feed the yeast. Do you live in a small town or is there a chance that there might be health food store near you? If there is, there are alternative flours and grains that can be used, and some are very tasty. I just made a savory griddle bread from amaranth, onion, and garlic and froze the extras for later days when I need a quick grain option. It can be done, but you do have to take some time to learn about the new foods available. That’s where so many on this board can be helpful and encuraging! 🙂 You can do it! I keep telling myself that I’m showing love to my baby by taking care of my body. I know it will make the postpartum period SO much easier if I can nip this now.