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Omg I actually feel normal again. I feel like im eating normal food. If you like Italian food, you need to make this. After eating yogurt, refried Beans and cottage cheese for the past week and a half I finally feel like I'm eating a real dinner! :-D

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Wheres the recipe ?

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Omg I actually feel normal again. I feel like im eating normal food. If you like Italian food, you need to make this. After eating yogurt, refried Beans and cottage cheese for the past week and a half I finally feel like I'm eating a real dinner! :-D

I love her blog! !!!!

http://theworldaccordingtoeggface.blogspot.com/?m=1

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Totally agree!! It was the 2nd thing I ate on the 1st day I was allowed pureed foods. Yummy!! And I'm not even a huge fan of Italian food

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I will be trying this recipe in the next day or two. Thanks for sharing!

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I ate that every day for a week! I also loved the black bean puree with greek yogurt on top! Yum!!

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This is most definitely on my list.

Though it would have been on a "what the hell, this sounds weird" list a few weeks ago.

My first follow-up is tomorrow and I hope that I am cleared for puréed foods.

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When off purees (I actually didn't even have a puree stage), you can add chopped cooked meatballs or browned ground meat and it's almost lasagna. I made a zucchini lasagna with zucchini (the only veg I'm currently allowed is zocchini/summer squash and canned green beans) in place of noodles and it was so good!! I don't measure the cheeses, etc, just eyeball. Shelly's recipe is the way my mom has always made the filling for lasagna, and I like hers better than Italian restaurants.

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This sounds really good - and easy! I am headed to grocery tomorrow to grab few items to finish out my "mushy food" week. I read the nutrition facts on this - - really 960 calories?? That seems like a lot for one serving.

*Edit update** I found other nutritional information on this site - 88 calories, 3.3 carbs, 9.2 Protein, 4 fat - DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE SERVING SIZE IS?

Edited by kfs101114

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i located different nutritional facts while surfing this site - 88 cal - 3.3 carb - 9.2 Protein - 4 fat -
however I need the servings size if anyone knows it

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I just made this tonight and it is fantastic. The only thing I may do next time is add some fresh minced garlic. It’s an outstanding recipe and the calorie count isn’t bad at all.

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