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    Waiting for my date and want to start reading up and getting my head in the right place! X

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    luckyflower
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    The dietitian will give you some advice sheets with suggestions. A great book is return to slender by Carol Bowden Ball you can get on Amazon. I have made some great tasting recipes and taste is important post op !!!! Also she has great website although she has problems at the moment i see. Check it out!

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    kathc
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    Carols book ! As mentioned above . X

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    kathc
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    Carols book !! Love it

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    Andy Toms
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    Also a lot of slimming world meals are suitable post op, one of my greatest post op purchases is a slow cooker. The meat comes out so moist and tender i can eat any meats without issue

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    ruby tuesday
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    Love your name squeaky, will make me chuckle every time I see it! At 4 months down the line I am on normal meals, so no special books used, but my dietician like post above, recommends a slow cooker due to tenderness of meat, so I am planning on buying one of them. I think you just need to work through the stages on the list post-op you are given, from soups to mushy foods, to trying normal meat and veg type meals and see how you are, not worry too much about special recipies, although freezing some soups for immediately after the op is a good idea! xx

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    kathc
    Member

    Agree with Andy I bought my slow cooker post op best idea ever ! After the surgery of course !!!

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    ruby tuesday
    Member

    Have just bought one KathC, what do you recommend cooking – dislike curry and chilli, but any nice recepies?

    #46773
    medic
    Member

    Hi Ruby, I have got a few slow cooker recipies, I willl see you soon. The one way I can eat ‘roast’ beef is in the slow cooker. I use a brisket, (cheap, but very tasty!), I will let you have the recipie if you want try it. it is so tender you can cut it with a fork!
    Hope to see you soon,
    Tom x @ruby tuesday 20954 wrote:

    Have just bought one KathC, what do you recommend cooking – dislike curry and chilli, but any nice recepies?

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