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Fruits, like strawberries, are generally more accepted in patients experiencing taste challenges. Strawberries also contain high amounts of vitamin C to help protect the immune system.
Fruits that are orange or yellow in color can help to decrease inflammation in the body and help protect the body from heart disease.
Use this recipe to top baked chicken or fish to add flavor if foods have little or no taste.
Cold foods that aren’t cooked, such as fruit salsa, smoothies, yogurt and fruit, are typically well-tolerated in patients experiencing altered taste.
Wash Hands Wash hands and all cooking surfaces with soap and warm water before beginning.
Combine Ingredients To a medium-sized mixing bowl, combine all ingredients. Mix to combine.
Serve Serve with cinnamon chips or cinnamon-flavored crackers.
Refrigerate Refrigerate salsa within 2 hours of preparing. Salsa will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Wash Dishes Wash dishes in hot, soapy water. Sanitize cooking tools and surfaces, and thoroughly wash hands.
The cinnamon crackers or cinnamon chips may contain gluten. Replace with a gluten-free version.
Ask a friend or family member to help prepare this fruity dish.
Use pre-chopped strawberries to reduce the preparation time of this recipe. Be sure to wash before using.
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