Crushed pineapple. Chunk pineapple.
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Fruit with tough skin such as whole grapes. Plain, soft cookies, donuts, cakes. Soft pies, puddings, cheese cake, plain ice cream, sherbet, gelatin. Cheese puffs.
Any containing nuts, coconut, dried fruit. Bacon, olives. Dry, hard, crunchy, chunky or sticky products such as chips and pretzels. Should be easily mashed with a fork. Well-cooked, moistened, boiled, baked, or mashed potatoes. Corn, peas, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, or other fibrous, nontender or rubbery vegetables. Potato skins and chips. Fried or French-fried potatoes. Food for the Day Recommended Avoid Fruits Soft, drained, diced canned, or cooked fruits without seeds or skin.
Fruit juices with small amount of pulp. Cooked fruit with skin or seeds. Frozen or dried fruits. Fresh, canned, or cooked pineapple. Whole round fruits such as grapes and cherries. Soft pancakes, well moistened with syrup or sauce. Pureed bread mixes, pregelled or slurried breads that are gelled through entire thickness. Slightly moistened dry cereals with little texture such as corn flakes, crispy rice. Unprocessed bran stirred into cereals for bulk.
Note: if thin liquids are restricted, it is important that all of the liquid is absorbed into the cereal.
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Well-cooked noodles in sauce. Soft, moist pieces of pasta in a sauce such as moist macaroni and cheese. Bread, crackers.
Whole-grain dry or coarse cereals. Hard pieces or crusts formed during baking or cooking such as bread dressing. Soft fruit based desserts without hard bases, crumbly or flaky pastry. Soft fruit pies with bottom crust only. Crisps and cobblers with soft breading or crumb mixture. If thin liquids allowed, also may have: Ice cream, sherbet, shakes, nutritional supplements, frozen yogurt, and other ices.
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Plain gelatin or gelatin with canned fruit, excluding pineapple. Any containing nuts, seeds, cereal, or pieces of hard fruit. Cheese slices and cubes. Dry, coarse cakes and cookies.
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Anything containing nuts, seeds, coconut, chocolate chips, rhubarb, pineapple, large hard fruit pieces, or dried fruit. Rice pudding. Hard pieces or crusts formed during baking or cooking such as bread pudding. Moistened ground or cooked meat, poultry, or fish.
Moist ground or tender meat may be served with gravy or sauce. Fish soft enough to break into small pieces with a fork. Casseroles without rice. Moist macaroni and cheese, well-cooked pasta with meat sauce, tuna-noodle casserole, soft, moist lasagna. Moist meatballs, meat loaf, or fish loaf. Protein salads such as tuna or egg without large chunks, celery, or onion. Poached, scrambled, or soft-cooked eggs egg yolks should be moist and mashable with margarine, or other moisture added to them. Hummus and soft tofu. Well-cooked, slightly mashed, moist legumes such as baked beans.
Dry meats, tough meats such as bacon, sausage, hot dogs, bratwurst. Dry casseroles or casseroles with rice or large chunks. Peanut butter and nuts. Hard-cooked or crisp fried eggs. Any texture should be suspended in the liquid and should not precipitate out.
Soups with large chunks of meat and vegetables. Soups containing rice, corn, peas, or legumes. Miscellaneous Jams and preserves without seeds or dried fruit, jelly. Sauces, salsas, etc. Soft, smooth chocolate bars that are easily chewed. Seeds, nuts, coconut, sticky foods. Chewy candies such as caramel and licorice. May drink by cup or straw. Nectar-like or mildly thick Fluids at this thickness run fast through the prongs of a fork and flow off a spoon. May be drank from a cup.
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Effort is required to drink from a straw. Honey-like or moderately thick Fluids at this thickness slowly drip through the prongs of a fork. Possible to drink from a cup but is difficult to drink from a straw. Spoon-thick or pudding-like or extremely thick There is no flow and it does not pour or go through the prongs of a fork. These fluids keep their shape on a spoon but will fall off the spoon when it is tilted. It is not possible to drink from a cup or straw. Spooning into the mouth is the best way to take this liquid. The spoon should NOT be able to stand upright in fluids at this thickness.
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