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mandi
Thursday, August 3, 2006, 7:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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regardless of blood type, what did you eat for breakfast? (give specifics)
I need some new ideas. †I can always adapt ideas to make them ok for my type. †i'm sick of eggs, granola, and fruit smoothies. †please! some ideas would be helpful. †

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mostly left overs from the day before, consisting of protein, veggies, and a fried egg on top.
sometimes a few slices of sweet potato on the side......ghee is always present.


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raw sweet potato or cooked?
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I made a shake with pineapple juice, blueberries, a peach, flax oil, a raw egg and half a cooked sweet potato.

Sweet potatoes ROCK in shakes. I used to put some in a post-workout shake for the carb part, way better than maltodextrin.

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I had peanutbutter on ezekial bread and kefir.
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Today I had fetacheese and watermelon and some homemade oatcrackers/biscuits and tea.
Yesterday I had yoghurt with fresh raspberries and blueberries and homemade/harvest honey


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oven roasted sweet potato or steamed is how I like them.........I do not like boiling veggies, except if I make a veggie soup....


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I had 3 fried eggs and some collard greens and kale served with olive oil. I had eggs today because I didn't have any red meat cooked up and I had 3 dozen eggs in the refrigerator.


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I had one turkey sausage pattie with one slice spelt toast spread with ghee and 5 or 6 cherries.
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I think many of us have been brainwashed that we have to eat " Breakfastytype foods"
Today I had wilted spinich in olive oil, garlic and sea salt with left over cold sliced bar-b-qued Turkey ( Washed down with a big mug of coffee with cream- OMG did I just admit to that !!!! O.K I'm trying, I've bought the roasted green tea guys but it doesn't cut it for me.
I often eat spelt flakes with walnuts and raisens and vanilla soy milk ( Yes the vanilla soy does have some avoids but compared to downing a couple of roasted chicked breasts a day I'm not sweating it)
Eggs are often at my breakfast table as well as ezekiel bread with PB and agave     ( who new I could like a cactus so much!!!)





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Today I had kale, crimini mushrooms and onions sauteed in a mixture of ghee and olive oil, with two eggs soft-cooked on top. Yesterday I had turkey sausage and sauteed kale with a slice of ezekiel bread toast and some all-fruit blueberry spread. Tomorrow I'll have a protein shake made with a frozen banana, blueberries, a little cocoa powder, some agave nectar, and Dr. D's O protein powder.


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Two fried eggs in ghee and four slices of turkey bacon, one cup of decaf coffee and one cup of green tea.


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Lightly steamed broccoli and onions. †I took the wee bit of water from that and had it simmering and dropped two eggs into it to poach them. † Not for long as I like yolks soft. †Then mixed the broccoli and onions in and added ground flaxseed, olive oil, soy lecithin and nutritional yeast. †Yummilicous.

Debra

P.S.  Forgot about the Dulse.


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Today I had kale, crimini mushrooms and onions sauteed in a mixture of ghee and olive oil, with two eggs soft-cooked on top. Yesterday I had turkey sausage and sauteed kale with a slice of ezekiel bread toast and some all-fruit blueberry spread. Tomorrow I'll have a protein shake made with a frozen banana, blueberries, a little cocoa powder, some agave nectar, and Dr. D's O protein powder.

Yummmm!


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Today: 3 Slices of pineapple. 1 hour later: Steamed cod-fish (sautee sliced onions in olive oil, add chopped garlic, add the fish, add a little bit of water, turmeric, bay leaves, and masala, let cook over low heat no more than 1/2 an hour). †

Yesterday: Oven roasted sweet potatoes (olive oil). †

A day before yesterday: Oven roasted salmon (with turmeric, masala, and thyme).




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a Scrambled egg, Steamed broccoli, a whole sliced onion sauteed in olive oil, and a slice of turkey bacon. Somtimes I just have a hard boiled egg. Or I've had some cereal with homemade almond milk. (I need to get with Melissa J to learn which milk maker she has. Sometimes I'll ahve left overs from the night before. I've been known to eat tuna, with chopped onion and some appropriate spices mixed with olive oil and possibly braggs aminos and/or lemon or lime juice. Very tasty. Some times I'll make a smoothie of what ever fruit is available and R4YT Protein (And sometime I break open my supplements and add them too it makes them go down easier. .It really depends on my mood.


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Hello

I ate almond milk with rice puffs, crushed walnuts, pompon seeds, 2 ts of proteine powder and pineapple.
Yummy, i do this for a few weeks now and i feel great.

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I had a steak taco salad (didn't eat shell) Had it special made for compliancy, shredded lettuce, onions, garlic, avocado, tomatoes and steak with fresh lime squeezed on top, yummy!
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Yesterday I had some oat bran with some pure maple syrup. Today I had some pineapple.

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This morning I had lemon water, a banana and then a plum. †Took the dog for a 45 minute brisk walk. †For main breakfast I had roast beef, steamed kale and avocado with olive oil, ground flaxseed, soy lecithin and dulse. † Feeling pretty good.

Debra


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Today, I had my usual B type cocktail (listed in the BTD book), some blueberries, one poached egg and one slice of Ezekial toast w/butter.  Also had black tea w/cream.  
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Drea--I agree, and thanks Can't believe I used to eat cold cereal with tons of milk and sugar or a bagel and a diet Coke and think it was the best breakfast ever.


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This morning I finished up the last of the turkey bacon. I also carmelized a large red onion and added some tempeh, and cooked until tempeh was browned.


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Quark with fresh fruits in it very yum-yum...and a big  cup of..hmmm......  and some
lemonjuice before  and a bunch of supplements
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Where do you guys find Turkey bacon that isn't full of nitrates and other junk???
I'm dreaming of soft boiled eggs, "turkey" bacon and "ezekiel" Toast with spectrum spread....and maybe some homemade sweet potato hashbrowns. My big problem is that I still crave ketchup and that darn COFFEE.......





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