I avoid eating grains. What can I eat for the grain servings on the food plan?

The grains listed in the BLE food plan may be replaced with 4 oz. of cooked starchy vegetables (such as corn, squash, peas, pumpkin, parsnips, taro, breadfruit—alone or in combination). Note, also, that potatoes, sweet potatoes, and yams already count as “grains” in Bright Line Eating, but they are not biologically grains; you can eat those if you like.

On the weight-loss plan for breakfast, you can substitute 6 oz. of cooked greens for the grain serving, or 1 oz. chia seeds soaked overnight with 4 oz. almond milk and 2 oz. water to make a chia seed pudding. You could also substitute a serving of fat for the grain serving at breakfast. There are many options.