I hope you don't mind me positing in here, but I wanted to share a Community News piece that might be of interest to any Ostomates out there.
Debbie, known to the Community as Jersey Lily, is an Ostomate. She’s also a real ‘foodie’, so off the back of a temporary ileostomy earlier this year, she found it difficult to find tasty and suitable recipes anywhere. Debbie though powered through an adapted a few of her favorite recipes, and discovered new ones suitable for an Ostmate.
This week Debbie’s shared with us a recipe for a fresh and health ‘Super Green Soup’, packed full of green goodness – and she's also shared a little more about her story.
You can find the piece here - enjoy!
Hi LisaCardiff, take a look at my earlier recipes too, the soups & smoothies are a great way of reintroducing fruit & veg. x
Just popped in to let you know about a recipe book issued by Fittleworths Medical and can be found here https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.paperturn-view.com/paperturn-marketing/fittleworth-recipe-guide%3Fpid%3DNTQ54407&ved=2ahUKEwjx9M6gp4nmAhWWQkEAHeJ4BdAQFjACegQIBBAB&usg=AOvVaw3hetK2cUC4mwDWUxHy2w4h&cshid=1574820829818
I got my copy by sending an email direct to Fittleworths Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
I do agree that clinicians are very good at handing out lists of foods we can eat but are unable to suggest how we incorporate the foods into convenient satisfying meals.
Sorry to read you had a small bowel obstruction, hope you are okay now and recovery went well.
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Debbie is back today with a delicious fish pie recipe which sounds like the perfect comfort food for a cold January evening.
Why not take a look at her recipe by clicking here?
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Do message me if you need any advice or other recipes.x
I hope you don't mind me posting here today, I just wanted to share Debbie's delicious new recipe for chicken on cheesy leeks.
Click here to take a look - enjoy!
I hope you don't mind me posting here, I just wanted to share our latest instalment of our 'Dining with an ostomate' Community News series. Today we have shared Debbie's wonderful recipe for golden goats cheese, beetroot and squash salad.
Click here to take a look - enjoy!
Best wishes, RachelMacmillan's Community team
Thank you Rachel for posting thank you Debbie aka Jersey Lily for creating! I was following you Debbie as you err finishing treatment my husband was just at the early days, he has since had ileostomy and I struggled to find what to safely feed him.
i have just come across this thread as Rachel posted an update and so I looked back at recipes and so wish I found it earlier.
on another positive note Rachel I managed today to get back into this group..... yeah I guess the techies at Macmillan must have sorted the problem
Jersey Lily did you write this ? I am just catching on . I am going to bookmark this and add it to other discussions . This is amazing .
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