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I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(

nb

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On 1/9/19 4:07 PM, notbob wrote:
I finally went to the dentist, today.* Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday.* Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions?** ;(

nb


Sorry about dental issue. If you have a blender you can turn a lot of
your favorite nutritional foods into soft. Protein is one thing you
really need to keep up and most soften up nicely blended. Soft cooked
eggs even sound good to me right now. Nice time to enjoy some soups with
cold weather in most parts. Soft blended bean soup is really good as
well and a good source of protein. Luck with it!

jay
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On 2019-01-09 6:07 p.m., notbob wrote:
I finally went to the dentist, today.* Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday.* Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions?** ;(


Tapioca pudding.






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On Wed, 9 Jan 2019 16:07:52 -0700, notbob wrote:

I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(

nb

Scrambled eggs, omelette - hope it soon ends


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On Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 5:20:05 PM UTC-6, tert in seattle wrote:

bananas
ice cream
oatmeal
eggs
tuna shake

I'm going to add to his list:

mashed potatoes
overcooked macaroni and cheese
loose/chopped up meatloaf
apple sauce
Jell-O
overcooked cauliflower

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I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(

nb


Mashed potatoes, cottage cheese, pudding, applesauce, bananas, creamed corn,
well cooked green beans, well cooked carrots, pasta (small shapes) or rice
well cooked, beans either mashed or refried, oatmeal or other cooked
cereals, quinoa,Vienna sausages. Even tomato sauce. I have been known to eat
it straight from the can, especially when I'm low on magnesium. I crave the
stuff!

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On Wed, 9 Jan 2019 16:07:52 -0700, notbob wrote:

I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.


You need a new dentist that will pull the tooth now (and not crown a
broken tooth without a root canal(*)). In the meantime, just eat
soft foods or chew on the other side of your mouth. We can't bring
you soft foods.

-sw
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On Wed, 9 Jan 2019 16:07:52 -0700, notbob wrote:

I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(


Yogurt


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On 1/9/2019 4:07 PM, notbob wrote:

Any other suggestions?** ;(


All great suggestions. Thanks, gang!

nb

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notbob wrote:
I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(


cream cheese
cream of wheat


songbird
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On Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 4:16:34 AM UTC-10, songbird wrote:
notbob wrote:
I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(


cream cheese
cream of wheat


songbird


Any food with the word "cream" in it will do.
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On 1/10/2019 2:14 PM, dsi1 wrote:
On Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 4:16:34 AM UTC-10, songbird wrote:
notbob wrote:
I finally went to the dentist, today. Not good news.

Gotta baby this broken crowned tooth --molar: last molar, bottom left--
till next Tuesday. Then, it will be pulled.

Right now I'm living on "killer" (I cook!) spit-pea soup.

Any other suggestions? ;(


cream cheese
cream of wheat


songbird


Any food with the word "cream" in it will do.


Yes, as in ice CREAM!


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