Whew. This whole "no bread" thing is quite the challenge. Thankfully I discovered the "Arepa" a kind of South American corn English muffin. Incredibly simple to make and very delicious with a wide array of spreads, they're my new go to.
I started with 1.5 cups of warm water, a "glug" of rapeseed oil, and a generous sprinkle of salt. I then poured my yellow cornflour in and mixed until the dough was the consistency of clay. I let it sit for a bit and then formed it into patties the size of hockey pucks but with about half the width. Above is attempt number one. Attempt two came out much better. I then put them in a frying pan with a thin coating of oil and fried until they were golden on each side (5 minutes per side). Most recipes involved baking them in the oven (350; 6-8 minutes), but I was too hungry to wait, and found that mine came out good enough. Next time I will try putting them in the oven to see if it makes a meaningful difference.
Today for dinner I made a Caprese sandwich with produce directly from the farmers' market in the Altstadt. I used a delicious "oxheart" tomato and some fresh chard leaves. I had to settle for store-brand mozzarella, because I don't exactly have unlimited funds ;)