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Ganny
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Hi Janie,
I am now 14 months bypass op and over 10 stones lighter. Like you I prepared and froze a lot of food before the op and to be honest with you I only used a couple of them and I threw the rest out a few months ago. I found that I ate a lot of mince mashed down with potatoe and veg or fish and veg and as long as any food was well cooked and could be mashed down with a fork and a sauce of some sort ie cheese sauce, parsley sauce, gravy etc and that I ate it slowly and chewed, chewed, chewed I was ok. Weetabix or porridge with mashed banana is good, any low fat or no fat yoghurt again the same with these ready made custards and rice puddings are good also. Just be aware of the sugar and fat contents of any products but really it is trial and error about what you can tolerate.
Hope this helps and good luck with your op, where abouts are you having it, I had mine down at St Richards in Chichester.
Elaine xx

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