If you click on the link you can see the pdf file with print screens of the mixtures I found that don't have lemon. BUT be careful and hit the back button to exit the pdf or it will kick you off the internet. I did that to myself 3x.
I like some of the "pouch" baby foods, but I am unable to open those round plastic, tightly fastened caps!
One of them with quinoa and apple, and bit of very mushed chicken, helps me slide down other foods or a tablet. Apple is the only fruit in it and though I cannot digest regular applesauce, I usually can do this one.
There is another flavor with sweet potato, I think, and ginger, that I was surprised but I can eat that one, too, but same problem with caps.
Ideas for tight caps that do not fit into a holder? I don't have the hand grip or strength. @sunshine44 or others?
I use pliers a lot in the kitchen for tight lids or seals or you could use scissors (or kitchen shears) to snip a corner and eat it that way or even cut off the whole top and scoop out with a spoon maybe.
Also with jars if you have a bottle opener/church key you can wedge the point up under the lid rim and brace the rounded out part against the glass and gently rock the tip outward under the edge. Usually it only takes one try to get the lid air bubble to pop although sometimes I create a little divet (like raised braille) in the metal but it's in a place where it doesn't cause any future leak.
I meant the pouches, I have become unable to open.
But with one of the ideas here, I used a big scissors with fat handles, and was able to cut off the whole top,
and then, spoon out the contents, to eat it. Thankfully.
I thought you would like to know my update on it, and I wanted to thank you all, again too.
I will use some of those jar ideas, also, in the future.
My straws are too thin. To use for pureed food to go through. Would fat straws of some kind work?
But for now, those hints helped me a lot.