Foods include: aged cheeses, aged/dried/fermented/salted/smoked/ pickled/processed meats and fish (includes bacon), banana peel (is this even necessary to say?), bouillon cubes, commercial gravies, concentrated yeast extracts, fava beans, Italian green beans, broad beans, fermented bean curd, homemade yeast-leavened bread, kim chee (Korean fermented cabbage), orange pulp, overripe or spoiled fruits (again, really...is this a problem?), packaged soups, red wine, sauerkraut, sherry, snow pea pods, sourdough bread, soy sauce, soybeans, soybean paste/miso, tofu, tap beer (but canned beer is ok?) and ale, vermouth.
Moderate-to-low tyramine content foods include: alcohol-free beer, avocados, bananas, bottled beer and ale, chocolate and products made with chocolate, coffee, cola, cultured dairy products (e.g. buttermilk, yogurt, sour cream), distilled spirits, eggplant, canned figs, fish roe (caviar), green bean pods, pate, peanuts, port wine, raisins, raspberries, red plums, spinach, tomatoes, white wine. Add to this the fact that even though it's available as a generic, I still have to pay the full price because the insurance company doesn't like that it's rarely used anymore. And this year the price went up. So it's time to play drug roulette once again. Even though I greatly fear the though of finding an alternative, I don't see how I can continue to take this drug.
*stomps off to throw a tantrum*