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The "toothless " Recipe list

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2,766 words with 9 Comments; publish: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 08:30:00 GMT; (90062.50, « »)

I just thought we can write foods that could be eaten when you had teeth extracted or any other dental procedure that made it hard to chew. I could use some ideas now. :wave:





5:Mashed potatoes

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    • yogurt, i find it pretty easy to eat meatloaf..lol, umm..alfredo, those lipton bags of pasta are good, they come in a whole bunch of different flavors.. i recommend the chicken noodles, or the rice, alfredo noodles.. spagettio's, basically think like a little kid..lol
      #1; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:33:00 GMT
    • Things like Tuna salad are good because they are easy to "chew" and are nutritous. It is so important to keep your nutrition up to par during your healing process.

      So tuna, egg salad, yogurt but not the kind with the bits of fruit in it or the seeds- ouch!

      #2; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:34:00 GMT
    • I've been thinking of this too, because I am going to get my wisdom teeth pulled in April. I wonder if Guacamole would be good, it's full of vitamins, "good fat" and tastes yummy. I am planning on drinking lots of fresh carrot juice and eating lots of creamed veggie soup.
      #3; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:35:00 GMT
    • If you are ever getting a lot of teeth out, just throw regular food in a blender and eat it like that. Looks bad, tastes great!
      #4; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:36:00 GMT
    • french toast with plenty of syrup .

      scrambled eggs

      #5; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:37:00 GMT
    • I love this idea!!! Ok, now I'm gonna be totally toothless on top and only four on the bottom in a few days, I don't think I'll be doing french toast!! lol
      #6; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:38:00 GMT
    • Good luck with your dental care. I did frech toast when i was placed on a soft diet . I t was wonderful and the weight loss is a bonus. ;)
      #7; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:39:00 GMT
    • Potato soup... easy and fast to make that first day when you don't feel very well yet

      Chicken fried rice with lots of red sauce ( the sweet and sour sauce) ... take out.. pick up on your way home...if you really don't feel like cooking.

      egg drop soup

      beef and veggie soup ... if you cook all day (everyone does right lol) the beef if soft enough to eat to.

      baked potato with lots of butter and sour cream

      fruit smoothies

      banana pancakes .. make pancakes like normal but before you flip slice some banana on top. Doesn't even need syrup,the bananas get soft and are really sweet.

      #8; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:40:00 GMT
    • HI,

      My favorite was frozen yogurt and yogurt. The blender worked great except I am not fond of meat and found it was a no go for me, for all but that. Make sure to make plenty ahead. Also drink plenty of fluids as I did, but it was unseasonably hot and I still dehydrated. Make alot ahead as I found it was still tiresome for the first couple of days and wished I had more at head ready made. It takes a little while, but not too long to adjust. Soft, cool foods worked best for me. Let us know if there is anything else we can do to help!!!

      #9; Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:41:00 GMT