* Kraft Deluxe Macaroni and Cheese. The noodles are small enough that you can swallow the mouthful without chewing.
* green beans, canned. You don't have to chew them, just give them a squeeze with your teeth (or gums if you aint got no choppers) and they split down the seam and burst into two halves and the little bean thingys in them. Can then swallow.
* yogurt (fruit on the bottom). Can dredge up whatever level of fruitiness you desire.
* Won Ton Soup. Minus the won tons.
* Any CHEAP soup. Campbell's regular variety works. The premium soups have pieces large enough you have to chew them. The cheap stuff can be drank like a milkshake.
* Milkshake. Can be drank just like cheap soup. Best if let melt some if the cold causes discomfort.
* Bread pudding. With raisins. And that hot glaze stuff they drizzle on it. Ain't gotta be TOO OLD to eat that stuff. Yum.
* Pudding. See "Snack Pack". In my opinion, Jello pudding in the plastic containers just isn't as good. Any pudding you have to cook is good, but the instant mix and fridge pudding leave me quite unfulfilled.
* Scrambled eggs with cheese. Does a better job of staying on your tongue instead of getting in the tooth holes.
* Quarter Pounders. Great for providing the basis for Burger McNuggets, my next get rich quick scheme...
Today's update: Clove packings provide an effective pain barrier for exactly 5 hours, at which time they become completely used up and provide no relief whatsoever. That 5 hour mark arrived at 1:24pm. I was finally able to leave the office at 4:17pm. I had to make three critical stops on the way home and entered the home at 5:29pm. Took me two minutes to swap out the clove packing. Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh.