I need a very high fibre diet, too (generally 42-50 grams daily, but with certain meds, even more) I don't use All-Bran, but I do use Baker's Bran, which is just the little flakey husky part. It is 44% Fibre. I add it to my Rolled Oats, and to any baking I do. I also eat lentils most days, and go for the fruit and veges with the higher fibre content. My Yoghurt is a good quality one with a variety of wholegrains added, so it is a good fibre source, too. My bread is a really good one - over 10% Fibre, high protein, lower carb and sodium, OR I use a Sandwich Thin, going for the highest fibre one I can get.
I make a lot of casseroles and soups, and they ALL have lentils added to them, and often Cannelloni or Red Kidney Beans, too. It extends the meat, but increases the fibre intake. Sometimes I add Oat Bran to them to thicken them a little, too. When I make meat patties, I roll them in Oat Bran before cooking, and when I cook pork steaks, skinless chicken breasts or drums, I coat them in Oat Bran as well. Every little helps! The Oat Bran helps to keep the meat moist, too!
I hope this gives you some ideas,
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