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Special dietary needs munich and stuttgart

We are traveling to munich and I have unexpected special dietary need of mostly soft foods. As we leave today I have not had time to plan for this
Any restaurant recommendations or advice? Smoothie shops? Grocery stores near downtown Munich?
We also are visiting Stuttgart one day if have any recommendations for eating there. Thank you!

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No. I have allergy cards for my family. I have developed some trouble swallowing.
I need smoothies. Soups. Puddings. Protein shakes. Soft cooked foods. Like potatoes and noodles. Can do some very tender meats I could not easily do breads tough cuts of meats or sausages. Etc.
real bummer as would like to eat what my family is eating.

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Lots of good soups here, like lentil, potato, pea soup, or even the broth part of goulasch. Mashed potatoes are easy to find, Spätzle perhaps? Hackbraten or Frikedellen or similar to American meatloaf. Ethnic places serving hummus. Can you eat rice?

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With a little search you will find places which are specialised on soups (example article). Same with potato and noodle bars.

Most restaurants have also soups and some softer cooked starters. Italian restaurants are recommended.

A very special German soft meat dish is "Hackepeter": raw hash meat from pork. Same is "Tatar" from beef. It tastes excellent in specialised restaurants.

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Thank you all so very much. Very helpful. I found a REWE and an Aldi so maybe can stock up on things for our room also.

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So many yogurts. Just wondering advice on one that would be close to a Greek yogurt? Thank you so much.

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Germany sells Greek joghurt in every grocery store.

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Rewe and Edeka supermarkets often have fresh cut fruits mixed with yoghurt or cream in the fruit and vegetable section. My favorite currently are still strawberries with yoghurt.

Another fresh tip is to mix up Skyr with smoothies, especially the ones from Innocent.

And if you see deserts from Della Mamma, e. g. Tiramisu, do not try them - addiction risk.