So, I finally followed my moms input and listened to her. I know that veggies irritate my stomach, soda upsets my stomach, anything with seeds left in upsets my stomach. I gave up soda and such a long time ago. I simply can't handle it. Anyways she suggested cutting out veggies entirely until my tummy calmed down. I'm on day 9 and am finally not getting up to go during the night, not running to the bathroom all the time.
I'm going to start with a chicken soup tomorrow with very very very cooked veggies. I know that chicken soup doesn't really bother my stomach that much. I figure a stew after that with a bit more veggies in it. I simply cannot tolerate salad, or any raw greens, period. It tears through me. I can tolerate some fruits, if they are soft. I can eat broccoli in small ammounts if it's very very well cooked. I love asparagus, again it has to be well cooked. I also love split pea soup, and will probably have that soon.
What I'm looking for are ideas that could take the things I can eat together, and allow me to hopefully keep my tummy calmed down. I can't stand the smell of fish so thats out, but anything else is do-able, the cheaper the meal the better as we dont have much money for food. If it's slow cooked and soft it works better in my tummy too.
So any ideas anyone? I'm sure that I'm not the only one who could benefit from tummy friendly meal ideas.
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