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Really, so many things qualify for soft foods.

My favorites were taco seasoned ground turkey (with refried Beans, cheese & hot sauce), poached chicken with buffalo sauce, and lentil Soup.

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6 hours ago, sillykitty said:

Really, so many things qualify for soft foods.

My favorites were taco seasoned ground turkey (with refried Beans, cheese & hot sauce), poached chicken with buffalo sauce, and lentil Soup.

Thank you. I keep thinking that meat is not included in soft foods. Taco seasoned turkey sounds delicious!

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I was told that my meat should be crockpot consistency (where it falls apart). I have been making chicken and pork chop dishes in the crockpot. I also do scrambled eggs with 1 oz cheese (that is my favorite). I am still have a difficult time with the meat. Its a little uncomfortable. Most time I can only get in about 2 oz. On a good day, 3-4 oz. I'm sure it will get easier as we move along.

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2 hours ago, JerseySleeved22 said:

I was told that my meat should be crockpot consistency (where it falls apart). I have been making chicken and pork chop dishes in the crockpot. I also do scrambled eggs with 1 oz cheese (that is my favorite). I am still have a difficult time with the meat. Its a little uncomfortable. Most time I can only get in about 2 oz. On a good day, 3-4 oz. I'm sure it will get easier as we move along.

Thank you for sharing! I’ve heard eggs a lot but I can not do soft boiled, how do you do yours?

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