Meena, just throwing this out there as an observation. Hope you take it the way it was intended. Meanwhile, try to keep this question in the back of your mind: what is an accurate definition of "food"?
I don't know why it is the way it is but after two years of coming here to this web site, it is fair to say that a lot of people are regular readers here at the CureZone who want to help other readers discover health solutions..... but, when looking at the really big picture (the whole CureZone and all it's readers/posters), even though there are a lot of people posting good questions and lots of other people posting good answers, at the end of the day there is still a lot of people who were unable to find clear and obvious explanations and answers to their particular individual health situations being and manifesting the way it is. There are proably several reasons why this is the way it is, and one of them is that there are so many variables out there; a lot of different people who through the course of their individual lives are going about life a bit differently compared to all other people when it comes to what their health habits have been all their life (environment, life style, eating, drinking, breathing, and in general, daily practices and habits). Becasue of all thes many many human variations, it ends up being really hard for any person to stumble upon information that even comes close to resembling a clear and obvious answer, not just for the little nagging health problems of life, but for the big ones too. Your situation seems to be a fairly rare exception.
Maybe I'm over simplifying, but, here is how I interpreted the situation you described: 1) certain kinds of stuff, whether or not they really meet the accurate definition of food, cause you gallbladder pain after you consume them; 2)this pain was not present during a week of consuming raw stuff, stuff that may (or may not) be a good example of an accurate definition of food; 3) on the one hand you do not want the pain (I'm with you on this, who wants pain? :) but on the other hand you seem to imply that you want to continue consuming the kinds of stuff that you now know cause pain, so in a way, this is an indirect way of saying "I want pain".
To repeat, you seem to be in a rare situation here. You seem to be exhibiting a straight-line connection between cause and effect. In a way, you should consider yourself pretty lucky when you consider that most of us never experience such straight-line observations, most of us have really crooked-line experiences that make the situation of diagnosing health conditions so confusing and confounding that it often times is impossible.
Back to the question - how is the word food realy and accurately defined? This question has already been the spark to much great debate. and I cannot think of anything I can add to the debate at this time to stop the debate and settle it forever. However, when one thinks of food at least in terms of stuff that is only taken in order to provide nutrition, and is only taken when one needs some nutrition, it makes it a little easier to defend the position that food generally is raw, and all that stuff out there we've all been programmed to enjoy consuming over a period of our lives, stuff that is cooked and denatured and mutilated in many different ways (IE> many different cuisines) is not really food....oh, sure, we've all been conditioned to think of it as food, which is fine as far as that goes, but it's not really really food.
There is some food for thought for you :)
PS - you also said that you do not see yourself staying on a raw diet. No doubt this will be the source of mental anguish in trying to make such the major adjustment... .....the kind of radical adjustment that many of us grapple with. This mental anguish can be a kind of pain too.... mental pain, if you will. Here is a question for you - if you had a choice, could you easily choose which pain you would prefer to live with - the physical gallbladder pain that may keep your mental anguish at bay for now, or the mental pain that may keep your physical gallbladder pain at bay?.