The FAP Handbook for Holiday Feasting

Whether it’s tofurkey, turducken, or seven fish, the autumnal holidays often revolve around a minefield of food. The overabundance of savory aromas poses a problem for even the healthiest celebrator but can be especially challenging with an abbreviated digestive tract. Below is a “recipe for success,” advice whipped up for those with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis to enjoyably eat, and digest, during the holidays (sans obstruction).