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Mild-tasting protein sources, such as beans (edamame, kidney, and garbanzo), are typically well-tolerated when experiencing taste changes. Beans are also a great source of lean-protein to help your body build new and healthy cells.
Citrus foods, such as limes, lemons, or oranges, can help add flavor to dishes when foods may taste bland.
Cold foods that aren’t cooked, such as salads, 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.
Prepare Edamame Prepare edamame according to package instructions. Drain in colander with cold water.
Combine Beans, Onion, & Cilantro In a large bowl, combine the edamame, kidney beans garbanzo beans, red onion and cilantro.
Whisk Together Dressing In a small bowl, whisk together the olive oil, lime zest, lime juice, and salt.
Mix Dressing & Beans Pour dressing over beans and mix to combine.
Chill & Serve Refrigerate for a minimum of 4 hours, or overnight for maximum flavor. Stir salad before enjoying.
Wash Dishes Wash dishes in hot, soapy water. Sanitize cooking tools and surfaces, and thoroughly wash hands.
Use bottled lime juice instead of squeezing your own.
Look for pre-sliced onions in your local grocery store to save time chopping.
Ask a friend or family member to help make this dish.
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