Thanks for reading the book and your interest in the Fast Tract Diet. Unfortunately, many of these rice products are made with higher amylose rice. Yet, the way some are produced can decrease the FP. For instance the light fluffy rice cakes. I don’t think it will matter much if you use white or brown rice cakes. Just go slow, experimenting with small amounts to see if your daughter can tolerate them. The same goes with rice noodles. They are better than wheat-based, but be sure to test them out. As I always say, eat slow and chew well to give salivary amylase more time to break down the starch.
One thing that I remember from my visit to Oslo is the amazing variety of fish you have there. Fatty fish is one of the healthiest foods on the planet and great for SIBO.