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Good luck. It's gonna be hard. At 10.5months a hard boiled egg is still one of the most dense and filling food choices for me. And I can eat anything that stands still long enough.

A soft boiled egg is a kinder, more gentle approach that you might have better luck with. :)

6.5 minute soft boiled egg with a tiny touch of butter or avocado.

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Good luck. It's gonna be hard. At 10.5months a hard boiled egg is still one of the most dense and filling food choices for me. And I can eat anything that stands still long enough.
A soft boiled egg is a kinder, more gentle approach that you might have better luck with. [emoji4]
6.5 minute soft boiled egg with a tiny touch of butter or avocado.
So its still in so I guess its ok for now lol

miss.carter

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I tried a fried egg for the first time today. There was a little discomfort at first but it's staying down as well.

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I love miso soft boiled eggs in ramen. Hard boiled eggs do not agree with me since surgery so I finally tried making them myself. It's one of the easiest "recipes" ever!

I just soft boil the eggs, peel right away, wrap them in red miso paste and marinate for 6 hours or overnight. I eat them slightly warm.

Or you can see different instructions here:

https://www.chopstickchronicles.com/miso-egg/

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Better you, than me. I simply can't handle eggs anymore since surgery. Not hard boiled, fried, scrambled, etc.

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I had my surgery on 7/30 and I still cant stomach eggs. Makes me ultra nauseated, especially hardboiled.

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I can feel for you. I am really an Eggy. Dying to have one as well

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Don't get nauseated but def can only eat one hard boiled then full. Fried eggs usually just one. Rarely can I do 2

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I do scramble or fried but runny yolk when fried.I have always loved eggs so it would really suck not to be able to eat them.

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I can eat hard boiled eggs, but as others have said, it's very filling and I have to take my time. I can eat fried eggs and I usually do over medium or scrambled, but I do take my time and don't often get the whole thing down. Especially, if I have a piece of bacon or a few bites of toast with it.

I have REALLY turned on to soft boiled eggs. Had one for Breakfast today.

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I hard boil my egg, smash it with fork, season it, add light mayo and eat it like an egg salad. Yummy!

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At six months out, eggs are tolerated by my pouch thankfully because I love eggs. One boiled egg fills me up.

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