I may or may not have eaten the soft innards of buttermilk biscuits for dinner.

This whole “chew on the roof of your mouth” thing is getting old. Although I like both, most of my entrees have been macaroni and cheese or that Mexican rice thing. Today, I dreamed of grilled chicken.



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3 responses to “hunger

  1. Hey, I don’t know if you’ve tried it – but I really loved indian food with extra sauce blended up (and since it’s often so brightly colored and ‘odd’ looking anyway, blending it doesn’t seem so awful). Be careful of too-much spice on a stomach that isn’t used to eating, however. Also, oven-baked fish sticks. Make sure you don’t bake them for too long, but they were a staple of my diet. Pancakes and eggo waffles with lots of syrup… I’ll try to rack my brain and think of more favorites. This stage is annoying, and truthfully the first few weeks of chewing suck, too – but soon you’ll be back to normal. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Thanks for the suggestions, Stephanie. They all sound delicious, although I’ve had difficulty “chewing” meat, even if it’s soft.

    • I guess the kind of fish sticks I was eating were really flaky instead of processed – I didn’t need to chew it at all, I just broke it into pieces and then swallowed after covering it in tons of tartar sauce ๐Ÿ™‚ Meat was difficult for me, as well.

      Egg salad was great, if you like eggs. Mashed potatoes made with lots of cream and mashed thin were good, too – and you can add sour cream or garlic or whatever you’re craving.

      Thinking of you ๐Ÿ™‚

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