Hi Anita, Soup will become your best friend. I tired quickly of eggs and avocados and now cannot face them at all. I use a whole free range chicken to make my chicken soup with and just load it up with lots of fresh vegetables. I can't handle anything too spicy or salty or containing lemon or lime juice but that's because I had a salivary gland removed and dry mouth is still a problem. I have also started making a soup using a small piece of eye fillet and heaps of carrots and spinach - finely chopped. It creates a beautifully sweet soup and nutritionally gives you a power boost. Osso buck and ox tail also make amazing stocks for your soup. Pho soup is also a wonderful one to make. I find the soups really comforting and not so difficult to eat as ordinary food. There are many things that will be a hit and miss because your digestive system may be a little more delicate as to what you eat. Lots of trials ahead but become adventurous with your soups and you won't regret it because every nutrient in the vegetable will be in your broth. Good luck.
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