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Keep in mind that this thread is really old, but you can check their website to see if their salads are gluten free. I think they have a pretty thorough allergen listing the last time I checked. You do need to be careful there, as with any fast food place, since the probability of cross-contamination could be high.
For what it's worth...I usually get the plain chocolate or vanilla custard in a dish and do fine.
I use Shikai for my color-treated hair. They have a 'poo for each shade: reds, brunettes, & blondes. I'm not sure if all of their products are gluten free (check the labels), but the products for color-treated hair are ok as far as I can tell.
Certified gluten Free oats are generally considered safe, but they must be certified gluten free. Even then, a lot of celiacs can't tolerate oats at all. In my opinion, it's best to avoid them, especially in the beginning.
In regard to your salad dressing question, Kraft will clearly disclose gluten ingredients on their labels.
And FYI, I prefer Rudi's over Udi's, but everyone is different.
Try Desert Essence, too. I can't say enough good things about them. They clearly list on the package whether a product is gluten free. I don't have soy issues, so I don't routinely check for it, but I don't recall seeing soy in the labeling. You would have to check. They have all their ingredients listed online, and their products are pretty decently priced.
I buy their 32oz refill bottle of the Thoroughly Clean face wash (14.99 on the website, but I find it cheaper at Whole Foods), and it lasts FOREVER.