Stressful Situation in Coping with Celiac Disease Posted April 20, 2007 · Report to Admin This site has so much information and I'm discovering new sources of gluten contamination all the time. It's tricky to get used to this new lifestyle, but I'm learning. Medications can definitely be a source of gluten contamination, especially those prenatal vitamins. A previous post mentioned Wild Oats, they are an awesome place to buy the vitamins! Wild Oats also sells a frozen bread dough named 'Chebe' that is made from tapioca flour and it's crusty on the outside and super chewy on the inside after baking. I serve it with the pasta made by Tinkyada and a nice gluten free marinara sauce once a week. I had a lot of disappointing pasta dinners since December when I began gluten free living and I had almost given up on eating pasta again. Most of the gluten free stuff was smelly and slimy and a total turn off. The Tinkyada pasta tastes just like wheat flour pasta and the bread is quick and very close to the real wheat thing. Eating it cuts down on the depression episodes from not being able to enjoy the things I love anymore. The most helpful thing I've learned from the informative and very helpful people here is: Remember to check every label and when in doubt, avoid it! I hope she feels better soon and just keep reading and researching for fun and safe things to eat!