Please go and buy this book to read.......http://www.reallifew...iacdisease.com/ It is important that you learn the diet correctly and learn about the disease itself. Only then will you realize that it's not the end of the world and there is plenty for you to eat. But this book earned high marks from many actual celiacs so it's worth it. Doctors know nothing about nutrition or the gluten-free diet so there is a certain amount of learning you need to do on your own. We are always here to answer questions too.
Everyone has given good advice but I disagree with some minor details....I had no villi left when diagnosed. My gut was completely trashed. I did eat some processed, gluten-free foods and did fine with them. Try to stick with dedicated facilites, if you can but if you are craving a cookie or a brownie, your healing will not be set back if you eat some. I don't even think you need to avoid dairy at first, just gluten. Many people can tolerate dairy just fine, others cannot. I think it best to isolate one food group at a time, unless your symptoms persist for too long. I did fine for 2 years after going gluten-free and then realized I had a problem with dairy, on return of symptoms. I can tolerate small amounts but not a lot. If you take away too much food from people when it may not be necessary, then they will resent the diet and be angry. People are different and what some cannot tolerate, may not be the same for everyone. You are already having trouble adjusting a bit, which happens to many, and I don't want to see you go off the deep end here! You love to cook...that is half the battle with Celiac. Knowing that, with time and learning, you will be eating awesome food in no time. We can also help you with cravings and what the best gluten-free products are available. There is some excellent bread out there and making your own is very do-able!
Hang in there!