Originally Answered: gluten-free, dairy-free, almond-free, wheat-free, and egg-free diet?
You are going to have to start getting really good at reading nutritional labels. While Trader Joe's, New Seasons, Whle Foods, and shops like this might have things for you, your local farmer's market should as well along with your local grocery store.
This is the vegetarian & vegan section, so I assume you are also one of the two if you have posted in here. Since you don't eat egg or dairy, I assume vegan. What would ~I~ cook if someone came to my house with these restrictions?
Portabello mushroom. Coat with olive oil and balsamic vinegar and bake until soft. Stufh with cooked quinoa, wilted spinach, cranberries, and pint nuts. Broil until slightly brown or until the spinach starts to crisp a little. Serve on a bed of gluten free pasta drizzled in truffle oil and balsamic vinegar.
Enchiladas. Wrap corn tortillas around sauteed greens, sauteed and seasoned extra firm tofu, sauteed mushrooms, and sauteed bell peppers. Place in a baking pan and cover with enchilada sauce. You can make this at home or your local grocery story will usually carry a variety.
Marinade some extra firm tofu in a curry sauce. Sautee until just bronwed, then add & sautee spinach and whatever seasonal green you can find at the market. Add a squeeze of lemon juice, garam masala, and cumin seed. Add nice mushrooms if you wish. Serve over quinoa or rice cooked in coconut milk.
Many or most Asian dishes can be adapted to fit your needs. Use of quinoa, gluten free pasta, or rice will fill the carb or base of the dish. Tofu and maybe Gardein can fill the protein portion, along with beans. From there, it's just about the sauces and the veggies.