I'm trying to bake some bread for someone with really (really) strict dietary restrictions due to an illness that has arisen recently. Her nutritionist says she needs to avoid pretty much everything I'm used to using for baking (I'm quite a beginner...). I would love if somebody could point out a few recipes I could try out, preferably easy since I'm quite the beginner. Here are the restrictions:
Things she is not allowed to have: store bought yeast, almost all kinds of flour and grain, almost all kinds of sweeteners, salt, and many more things which I'm not sure are relevant but will be glad to specify if needed.
Things she is allowed to have: Spelt flour, possibly whole rye flour, water, dates and possibly date-based sweeteners like date honey, raisins, and other things which again I'm not sure what's relevant...
I was thinking of trying something with a spelt and/or rye starter to eliminate the need for yeast, and the same flours for the main dough as well.
If anyone has any ideas for the starter or the final bread, she and I will be extremely grateful.
Thanks in advance,