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Mine was purred chicken salad and it was soooo delicious. I think I ate it for a whole week lol

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Applesauce (unsweetened) for me.

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I did Riccotta Bake. I'm on week 2 of puree and it's still my go-to meal.

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10 hours ago, Wanda247 said:

Mine was purred chicken salad and it was soooo delicious. I think I ate it for a whole week lol

8 minutes ago, TomCruzMomShoes said:

I did Riccotta Bake. I'm on week 2 of puree and it's still my go-to meal.

May I have those recipes? They both sound smashing!

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4 hours ago, LadySin said:

That's the Ricotta Bake - it's SUPER simple, enjoy!

4 hours ago, LadySin said:

May I have those recipes? They both sound smashing!

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So, let me start with stating the obvious... I'm a bit of an idiot. My first meal was canned tuna mixed with buffalo sauce and a little bit of mayo. I'm damn lucky my stomach seems to like me and I was able to tolerate it. I've eaten buffalo sauce mixed with almost every meal since. I've just been alternating between scrambled eggs with buffalo sauce, tuna with buffalo sauce, and canned chicken with buffalo sauce. So far my stomach loves me. My colon is a different story... That being said, I just finished my lunch. More buffalo sauce.

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butternut squash Soup, i cou,t it as first thing I didn't strain. And it was Campbell's Yes or Progresso lite, can't remember which. Anyhoo it was So Very smooth, tasty and blessing from the stacks of Protein Shakes I had before that. Took it slow with my baby spoon, and kept it down.

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Lentil Soup, I think. Then baby food (the chicken and turkey were good, the beef, not so much). Then applesauce.

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