You don't need to spend more money to eat gluten-free. I have been GF for 4 years now and rarely buy GF products, except to treat myself. I buy the Schar bread at Walmart and I find their cookies at a discount store in my city. There are also many inexpensive GF items at Aldi that taste very good. Here is a list of foods that you can eat without the GF label: fruits, vegetables, eggs, meats, nuts, beans, any form of potato, ie. baked, as well as potato chips and kettle chips(not the pressed with ingredients added), real french fries, any corn based foods like corn tortilla chips, corn tortillas, taco shells, Doritos, many cereals like generic brands of Frosted Flakes (my favorite late at night with half and half for a dessert treat!), Rice checks, rice crispies, milk based foods like yogurt, cottage cheese, ice cream, Salads of all kinds, Hamburgers with lettuce on each side to hold in the toppings, frozen dinners made with rice instead of pasta, peanut butter (on everything cause it's one the best gifts God gave us), snack foods like popcorn, veggie straws, almonds, peanuts, and lots more that fall under categories above.