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Hi!

I wasn't sure if I should start this thread here or in the Post-Treatment Forum. but since it is directly about eating, I decided here was more appropriate.

I'm on a Full Liquids Diet right now and probably for another 10 days or so. So much of what's on the list is sweet - puddings, ice cream, stuff like that. I have had some Greek yogurt but it feels like the acid is inflaming the skin by the sutures.

I did have some Wonton soup (Broth only) and that was a good change of pace. Can folks suggest other more-savory items? Obviously, I don't want anything highly spiced. But I am getting quite done with ice cream (with no stuff in it), even though it's one of my favorite things. No one who knows me would believe it but I've actually been preferring Vanilla since it's generally less sweet.

I would appreciate any suggestions you may have!

Thanks!


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I suggest blending. I got a Vitamix and would put all kinds of things in with ice cream or milk such as avocados, less acidic fruit, veges, muscle milk, protein powder, etc. Let us know how it goes.

Best,
Nels


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