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Cooking for a Bland Diet

A bland diet is when your doctor prescribes a list of foods for you that are generally easier to digest. This diet is recommended for a variety of digestive disorders, including digestive upset, nausea, diarrhea, bowel surgery etc. Although at a first glance these food lists look like culinary purgatory, bland doesn’t have to mean lacking in variety or flavor, as Ann will show you with these easy tasty recipes. Look and learn!

How to Make A Simple Poached Salmon

This basic poached salmon is one of the simplest ways to cook an oily fish like salmon, especially if you want to eat something light during the holidays, or something cold during the heat of summer. It also doesn’t smell, as it cooks sealed in its own steam. The basic ‘white’ stock I give you here to poach the salmon can also be used to poach or steam chicken. Any stock you don’t use can be frozen for a later date. This recipe calls for a whole salmon fillet, but you can poach smaller pieces using the same method. Allow 3 to 4-ounces of fish per person.

Sweet Potato Fries

Healthy and comforting sweet potato fries are the perfect side for many meals.

Strawberry Compote

Compote is a great way to add fruit to your diet while going through chemo. It’s also great any time you want to add fiber and flavor to breakfasts or sweet treats.

Three Recipes For $40.00 : Pt. 1 Potato & Rosemary Risotto

In this sequence of video Ann shows you an easy weekly meal plan with three healthy and soothing meals that use common ingredients you’ll find in your kitchen. We made all these recipes for under $40.00.

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