I've been trying to eat less meat lately and jackfruit is a common pork substitute. Do any other J pouchers have experience with it? It seems pretty fibrous. Is it likely to cause a blockage? The only food I ever had a problem with before is corn. That's the only thing I know I can never eat again. But a lot of other vegetables that I was told could cause problems, have actually been fine for me to eat.
I've never tried jackfruit, but reading your post, I looked it up. I think I'm going to look for it in the grocery store. It sounds interesting in the least. The site I looked at had a bbqed pulled pork type sandwich recipe. We are all so different, something that works for one doesn't work for all. Maybe buy it and try just a little bit and see what happens. That being said, some of us do have to watch fibrous foods. Just FYI. Of you try it, let us know how it went.
We are all so different, something that works for one doesn't work for all. Maybe buy it and try just a little bit and see what happens.
+1- This is basically a great response for any of the "Is it OK for J pouchers to eat _______?" threads that invariably pop up on this board. There is no one size fits all approach. In my case, I can eat or drink anything except red wine, although whether certain foods get excreted completely digested is a separate and different question.
Simply put, trial and error is a process everyone has to go through on their own with foods, and with treatments, because everyone has a different and highly individualized response.