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What seasonings can you not live without post surgery? Give me a few ideas of seasonings I need to stock up on before I have surgery here in a few weeks. Those things that you use on everything that you cook that makes food taste amazing?

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Curry powder, chili powder, Cajun seasoning, garlic and onion powder for almost everything, ginger, pumpkin spice for homemade shakes, once you get to solids again try dukkah seasoning.

I'm also using a southwest chili Protein Powder from the BariatricPal Store for tossing veggies in before baking or sautéing. So good!

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Creole seasoning (Tony Chachere's), Everything Bagel (Sam's Choice), Garlic salt with parsley (Lawry's) and dill weed.

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I just made an awesome blackened flounder using 8 seasonings. Onion and Garlic powder, Cayenne, Oregano, Thyme (good for soups), Paprika, Black Pepper, Salt....

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I recently bought a bunch of seasonings from Flavor God. Nacho cheese is good on pureed refried Beans and mashed cauliflower. Buttered cinnamon roll is good on applesauce (helps to cover up the taste of the GENEPRO Protein Powder I add to is). pizza is good on the famous ricotta bake. I also bought everything seasoning, taco Tuesday, and lemon garlic but haven't tried them yet.

I like sugar-free caramel Syrup in applesauce and tea. And I like to mix chocolate Protein powder and PB2 powdered Peanut Butter into Oikos Triple Zero yogurt.

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WOW we all are in the same group - Cajun and Mojo

I am a trained chef but for some reason since the surgery go to the two above the most. One other new one in my army of rubs, sauces and spices is Smoked Salts! Never really used it pre Op but now love it

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Great question! I kept meaning to ask this! 😀 Good luck with your surgery. I'm waiting for the call to schedule my surgery any day now!

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You might want to wait until post op. Your taste buds change a bit. I'm over a month out and sweet smells and sweet foods still make me nauseated.

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I put salt, pepper, garlic powder, cayenne & smoked paprika on EVERYTHING.

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