When can l eat steak?

Focusonthepositive
on 11/13/17 6:12 pm
RNY on 09/01/17

When did you first eat steak after surgery? My surgery was on september 1, and I have successfully eaten chicken and pork but only ground beef. I'm dying to try it and I'm thinking im ready for a tender filet done medium rare.

any advice?

oneatatime
on 11/13/17 6:17 pm
RNY on 09/01/17

Hey girl,

Steak was my first "solid". Lol

I haven't had any issues with my pouch though, so I tend to push my luck. There's no food (texture wise) I won't eat. (I still haven't had bread or pasta or rice, etc, but not cause of pouch issues).

I say go for it! It's filling, delicious. Take small bites and enjoy. :)

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(deactivated member)
on 11/13/17 6:28 pm

Tenderloin- verry tender.. slow cook it in broth. Good luck!

oneatatime
on 11/13/17 7:18 pm
RNY on 09/01/17

That would be soft food! Just go ahead and bbq a sirloin. :)

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(deactivated member)
on 11/13/17 7:20 pm, edited 11/13/17 11:20 am

Ok.. butttt.. If she?s never had steak before wouldn?t it be smarter to have a tender softer beef now and see if she reacts to it or not -just saying...;)

oneatatime
on 11/13/17 7:23 pm
RNY on 09/01/17

I see what you mean. Good thought! But because she knows she wants a filet medium rare, I know she's had steak before, just not since surgery. And she's had beef since surgery. It's also really not that different from pork or chicken... a medium rare filet should be quite tender and easy to eat. :)

Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. Choose happy.

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Century Club and Onederland in month 7!!

(deactivated member)
on 11/13/17 7:26 pm

Lmao... okok .. pan fry? Wouldn't bbq be hard to digest? Remember I am pre- op so I am still investigating...

oneatatime
on 11/13/17 7:29 pm
RNY on 09/01/17

You're funny. BBQ meat isn't dry when cooked properly.

Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. Choose happy.

Opti -10 / M1 -25.5 / M2 -10 / M3 -14.5 / M4 -13 / M5 -10 / M6 -5.5 / M7 -9.5 / M8 -13.5 / M9 -0.5 / M10 -2.5

Century Club and Onederland in month 7!!

TheRealMeWithin
on 11/13/17 6:36 pm - Canada
RNY on 06/02/17

I had no problem with steak and probably had it around the time that you are at now. Good luck!

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