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I’m currently heading into my 7th week post op and still on soft foods. I have found myself in a major rut. Eating the same thing everyday that’s been easy on my pouch. But I need to branch out. So what’s your favorite soft food meal?

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I put some recipes at the end of the following article.

http://www.breadandbutterscience.com/Surgery.pdf

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32 minutes ago, James Marusek said:

I put some recipes at the end of the following article.

http://www.breadandbutterscience.com/Surgery.pdf

Just finished reading and thank you for making this available! It is amazing!

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Ok, so on softs/mushies, one of the things I loved was cooking chicken until tender in foil (or picking up Roti chickie and pulling it. Then chopping it very fine) and mixing with canned green Beans, and making the recipe for TG green bean casserole using the fat free cream of mushroom Soup. I would make it very soupy and leave off the onions--I'd just add extra onion powder and extra granulated garlic. Dang! Now I want some of that! :D

I also had pot roast in the freezer that had been cooked to deat, that I minced, ate with very well cooked broccoli or green beans or mashed cauli with extra brown beef gravy from a jar. LOL. Yeah...I ate gravy from the jar. Easy to do when you eat 1/4cup! LOL.

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I love white bean chili made with ground chicken,

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/white-bean-chicken-chili

Also, broccoli-cheese Soup, chicken enchilada soup, tuna or chicken salad

Good luck! You can have a lot of variety at this stage!

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I made myself a lot of home made Soup and tossed soft stuff in there. chicken broth + some egg, some tiny chicken bits, ham bits, potato, etc. Also some cooked pumpkin.. that was a nice change of pace.

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