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Taking Care of the Lamm’s

Clayton, NC


Hello everyone - As you know Scott had to have a major surgery but thank god we are in the recovery phase. We are setting this up so the first two weeks they are not having to worry about cooking or figuring out lunch or dinner. We truly appreciate any help and we are blessed with this community of family and friends. On this page you will find a lot of information of the kinds of food Scott is able to eat right now. What to order/ where or what to cook. Thank you again🤍

Special Notes

Things to keep in mind: Low sodium Low fat Grilled no fried foods No oils but use sprays instead Fresh fruits Fresh vegetables Salmon Not much red meat- tenderloin and serlion only for red meat Skinless chicken Fish (not fried) Lentil pasta All fruit and veggies (but need to watch things high in sugar bc of diabetes): Artichoke hearts Asparagus Baby corn Bamboo shoots Bean sprouts Beans (green, wax, Italian) Broccoli Brussels sprouts Nonstarchy Vegetables Cabbage (green, bok choy, Chinese) Carrots Cauliflower Celery Cucumber Eggplant Green onions or scallions Greens (collard, kale, mustard, turnip) Leeks Mixed vegetables (without corn, peas, or pasta Mushrooms, all kinds, fresh Saralies, car Tofu Okra Onions Pea pods Peppers (all varieties) Radishes Sauerkraut Soybean sprouts Spinach Squash (summer, crookneck, zucchini) Tomato Turnips Water chestnuts Peppers Broccoli Collards! Low sodium! Not much salt! Vegetables Fresh, frozen, or canned vegetables without added fat or salt Avocados Fruits Fresh, frozen, canned, or dried fruit Oils Unsaturated oils (corn, olive, peanut, soy, sunflower, canola) Soft or liquid margarines and vegetable oil spreads Salad dressings made from saturated fats Other Prepared or homemade foods, including soups, casseroles, and salads made from recommended ingredients and contain <600 mg sodium. Low-sodium seasonings (ketchup, barbeque sauce) Spices, herbs, Salt-free seasoning mixes and marinades Vinegar Lemon or lime juice

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