You accuse us of passing misinformation, yet you are doing just that yourself. I was shopping just the other day and saw some cheese that looked good and would go nicely with the gluten-free crackers I had, read the label and wheat flour was one of the ingredients. It wasn't beer, it was wheat. Same with the stupid frozen vegetables, why do they need to put a wheat derivative in a bag of frozen vegetables??? I'm glad I checked because that would have been one item I would have THOUGHT I could just pick up and buy--NOPE. Maybe you have just developed a routine where you buy the same things over an over and don't have to look any longer but those of us that are new are still in the learning process.
In both the instances of gluten 'hiding' that you are giving it is not actually hidden. It was in the ingredients list! That is not hidden gluten. We need to read labels. We need to read them every time we buy something processed. Is it hard to get used to at first, yes for some of us it is but we do get used to it.