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honeybee
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ABJoe - your fritter recipe is much easier to follow than mine

Today was 1 dandelion tea, a soft fried egg and some asparagus

Must mention that all my eggs are free range, bio-dynamic even! Must mention that

Looking fwd to leftover sweet potato & almond curry for lunch... with a nori roll - teriyaki salmon
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ABJoe - your fritter recipe is much easier to follow than mine

Thanks...  I can't take ownership, though as all I did was cut and paste from a facebook post...


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This moning I felt like leaving eggs ; had high protein yoghurt with cream( the yoghurt is a no fat thing that doesn´t work for me ) micxed it with blueberries -put in bowl and added a little almonds -yum


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Today was an early dandy 'coffee', had a bit of an emergency at home with an elderly family member so no food til @ work, slice of fruit toast and now having a banana & date smoothy with sourcream & honey. Looking fwd to lunch if I can get out!
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1:30pm: Vegetable noodle soup. Ate the vegetables and broth first - Saved for last the pasta (tiny shells), which I sprinked with mozzarella/parmesan.


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Just some slices of pepper (jalapeño) jack cheese.


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Mega breakfast here as it was late & I missed dinner too. Mango, date, honey, yoghurt, milk & quark smoothie & two egg & cheese rolls with lettuce & onion.
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I eat 3 eggs everyday. I saute some potatoes or leeks or green beans and whisk 3 eggs. pour it over the veggies and cook it like an egg pancake

I usually eat eggs every morning and feel MUCH better when I do
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Well right now I eat eggs most days-
I need to keep a pretty strict diet since I have a upset stomach - so I follow a" loose" GAPS diet combined off course with my swami.
So this morning  had eggs mixed with apples grated and almond flour- fried in ghee and eaten with a few blueberries and a littel honey.


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I had 2 eggs this morning, too, with some pepper-jack cheese scrambled in.


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Made a dip of cream cheese, horseradish, and hot pepper sauce.
Served with a heart of raw celery, 1:30pm.


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Your dip sounds nice & fiery SJ.

Today I had some cherry tomato & mushrooms sauteed in butter with fresh garlic, chilli & loads of finely chopped curly parsley - I use parsley like spinach - spinach is overrated IMO. I had this on a sliver of left over sourdough from party yesterday.

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This morning I was hungry -- in the morning! Unusual for me.
I went for some mashed potatoes and peas with beef gravy -- all leftovers from last night.
Looks like you and I are largely missing proteins in the a.m., honeybee.


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Your dip sounds nice & fiery SJ.


Actually, it's not. It's all in the proprotions. It's more like a cream cheese dip that happens to be flavored with some horseradish and peppers. More creamy than fiery.



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Yesterday I had smoked salmon and cream cheese and some raw veggies- I know it sound odd- but i woke up starving and I didn´t want any eggs or yoghurt based.

today I had apple pancakes- this time with pure maple sugar- my stepdad brought it back from the states - we cant get it here. I really liked how it melted with butter It was blistering cold 21 F and to be honest I would have loved a slice of bacon


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Yesterday I had smoked salmon and cream cheese and some raw veggies- I know it sound odd- but i woke up starving and I didn´t want any eggs or yoghurt based.

today I had apple pancakes- this time with pure maple sugar- my stepdad brought it back from the states - we cant get it here. I really liked how it melted with butter It was blistering cold 21 F and to be honest I would have loved a slice of bacon


1. I don't think your salmon/cream cheese/vegetable breakfast looks "odd" at all.
2. I agree that some bacon would have been great with the maple-y apple pancakes. Can you get Turkey Bacon there? It's very popular/common here.



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I think most Danes would disagree - they are very much into sweet bf today like yoghurt and cereal- even though that is a fairly moden thing- we used to eat cold pork and ryebread or herrings or egg or cheese instead of cold boxed cereal - really not great for any one

We can get some absolutely horrid turkey bacon here- it is not crisp at all and is made from sad sad sad caged turkeys so I never buy that.
During the winter I sometimes eat a little  expensive free range organic bacon- it is one of my few avoids- with olives and avocado
I never feel anything bad when I eat high quality pork and it is tier 2 avoid in LRT so I might be naughty  but is very much part of our cusine.
My daughter is crazy about bacon so I think she would leave home if we never had it

scramble eggs this morning with  heavy cream -red pepper and turkey/pork sausages.


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2:15p: Rib-eye steak, brussels sprouts, salad vinaigrette


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Well it was really nasty this morning and I was thankful that the hens had laid eggs yesterday so we had scramble eggs, turkey/pork frankfurters , yellow pepper and clementine

I have to figure out somekind of egg less warm bf that I would like to eat- low grain  


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Well it was really nasty this morning and I was thankful that the hens had laid eggs yesterday so we had scramble eggs, turkey/pork frankfurters , yellow pepper and clementine

I have to figure out somekind of egg less warm bf that I would like to eat- low grain  


Some sort of beef vegetable soup, maybe? Not only warm, but "warming", too.
Or a bean soup.



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oh yeah soup might be a good idea and maybe some cheese  


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