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  1. I am extremely new to the gluten free community; I was diagnosed with celiac disease 2 days ago. Just wanted to know: -what kind of appliances and things do we absolutely have to replace? -tips on eating out? -what to do for retreats and summer camps (they will probably have mostly gluten to eat) -where to buy gluten-free groceries? -suggestions for everday, quick gluten free meals - gluten-free store-bought meals? (canned, frozen, etc) me and my mom bought a few things, like gluten-free bread & Dinty Moore beef stew, but I can't live on that forever. Luckily, I have some experience with living gluten-free. My mom went gluten free for some time about a year ago, and she would make gluten-free meals often. We also have some Glutino cereal and Gluten free pasta left over from that phase, haha. Which is good, because now for me, it is a necessity to live gluten free. Any tips from the veterans that they'd like to share? I am a young teenager, by the way, if it makes any difference.