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Sample menu for the week with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer (diet 1a)


MONDAY
The first breakfast: rice porridge, omelet, milk.
Second breakfast: milk.
Lunch: oatmeal milk mucous soup, soufflé of boiled meat, dried fruit compote.

Snack: milk, boiled egg.
Dinner: buckwheat porridge milky mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
For the night: milk.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: milk semolina porridge, scrambled eggs, milk.
Second breakfast: milk.
Lunch: mucus rice milk soup, pike perch souffle with steam oil, dried fruit compote.
Snack: milk, boiled egg.
Dinner: milk oatmeal porridge, boiled egg, milk.
For the night: milk.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: milk semolina porridge, soft-boiled egg, milk. Second breakfast: milk.
Dinner: oatmeal milk mucous soup, soufflé of boiled meat, cherry kissel.
Snack: milk, boiled egg.

Dinner: rice milk porridge mucous.

For the night: milk.

THURSDAY
First breakfast: milk oatmeal porridge, milk.
Second breakfast: milk.
Lunch: milk semolina soup, cottage cheese souffle with sweet
gravy (steam), compote.

Snack: milk, boiled egg.
Dinner: buckwheat porridge milky mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
For the night: milk.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: milk semolina porridge, soft-boiled egg, milk. Second breakfast: milk.
Lunch: oatmeal milk mucous soup, pike-perch soufflé with butter (steam), compote.
Snack: milk, boiled egg.
Supper: buckwheat porridge milk mucous, milk.
For the night: milk.

SATURDAY

First breakfast: rice milk mucous porridge, milk.

Second breakfast: milk.

Lunch: oatmeal milk mucous soup, soufflé of boiled meat,
compote.



Snack: milk, boiled egg.
Dinner: buckwheat porridge milky mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
For the night: milk.

SUNDAY
First breakfast: milk oatmeal porridge, soft-boiled egg, milk.
Second breakfast: milk.
Lunch: milk rice soup, slimy, pike-perch soufflé with butter (steam), jelly.
Snack: milk, boiled egg.
Dinner: milk semolina porridge, scrambled eggs, milk.
For the night: milk.
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Sample menu for the week with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer (diet 1a)

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