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lol! you're better than me. i tried some cream of wheat this morning. not only could i barely eat any because i got full. but I really didn't like it! i grew up on oatmeal. that cream of wheat was kinda nasty to me. lol!! i know what you mean though. I was SO excited over my yogurt. kinda funny

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Thanks for the great idea for lunch today, never even thought about this one, I love egg drop soup!!! It went down very smooth!!

Day 2 of soft foods :thumbup:

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BTW, you can make it at home - they usually sell dry mix at Asian stores (might even be able to find it at a big Walmart in the International section), all you need is an egg. I like the Kikkoman brand:


They also have a Hot & Sour Soup mix.

Very tasty and really hit the spot when you want something savory. Which brings me to my next point, which is that they do, unfortunately, have MSG, so if you are sensitive to MSG, it probably isn't the best choice for you.

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