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Broken Jaw, Need ideas (More details in message)

Posted by Buzz8522 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 15, 14 at 20:17

I recently broke my jaw due to seizures, so they couldn't wire my jaw shut. Instead, they put me in braces and used rubber bands. Well after a week, they took the rubber bands off and said that i could start eating mushy food so long as I didn't have to chew (which was a huge relief because I was growing very weary of protein shakes and Cheesy broccoli soup, etc.). Now with my bands off, I was hoping for some good ideas of things I can drink/eat as long as it is mushy enough to where I don't have to thoroughly chew it. Some examples of things I've already gotten are Oatmeal, Malt-O-Meal, Easy Mac and Mashed Potatoes. But I know that I can't eat only these few things for five more weeks. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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RE: Broken Jaw, Need ideas (More details in message)

Be sure to ask your question over in the cooking forum. There's a lot more activity there, and the folks are geniuses!

Here is a link that might be useful: Cooking Forum

RE: Broken Jaw, Need ideas (More details in message)

Applesauce, ice cream, pudding, spinach, pour milk over cookies, well cooked green beans, those Chef Boyardee raviolis. That's all I can think of off the top of my head.
Prayed !

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