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I've been on a liquid diet for 2 weeks. Tomorrow I can start my soft/protein foods. What did some of you eat during this stage? I've got cottage cheese, refried Beans and potted meats so far. Anyone have any good ideas? I've seen Egg Face's Ricotta Bake recipe and I think I will try it one night.

Thanks guys! Hope you are all having a fabulous Memorial Day weekend! :)

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Okay my fav meal was to get a rotissery chicken and pull some meat off, put some hotsauce with butter on it and dip it in blue cheese. Tasted just like chicken wings. Also you can dip it in bbq for a pulled pork kinda taste. Baked potatoes were fabulous. Watermelon yummy!

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Scrambled egg and baked Beans with low fat cheese grated on the top is my most favourite meal. I'm 17 days post op and I am finding it really easy to eat plus it has lots of good protine! Yummy. 

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I did a scrambled egg (kept breaking it up in the pan), mushy tuna, mashed potatoes, hummus, cream of chicken Soup, puddings with a little fat free cool whip. I just finished this phase and am now on soft solids which is a little better still!

I've been on a liquid diet for 2 weeks. Tomorrow I can start my soft/protein foods. What did some of you eat during this stage? I've got cottage cheese, refried Beans and potted meats so far. Anyone have any good ideas? I've seen Egg Face's Ricotta Bake recipe and I think I will try it one night.

Thanks guys! Hope you are all having a fabulous Memorial Day weekend! :)

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