Diet & Nutrition
Nutrition Tips for Dry or Sore Mouth or Throat
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macaroni and cheese
meatloaf and gravy
malts or milkshakes
| milk toast
salmon loaf with cream sauce
tuna salad well–cooked vegetables
- Cook all foods until tender. Braise, stew, poach, or steam foods to keep them moist.
- Cut foods into very small pieces. If you have difficulty eating bite–size pieces, you can grind, mash, blend, strain, or puree foods. Finely chopped, ground, or pureed meats also may be added to soups or casseroles.
- For convenience, buy strained meats and other ready–made infant foods.
- Moisten meats, potatoes, vegetables, rice, noodles, and bread with: