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Henriette Bsec
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that sounds good  


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My simple 2pm breakfast today of 2-eggs-over-easy was so immediately strengthening that I started a thread about eggs. Henriette, your multi-egg remedy for New Year's Day Hangover fits the picture perfectly, too.
What is it about eggs, that the second you taste them -- if you need them, I guess -- you're like Clark Kent becoming Superman?  


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Today I had some leftover pizza for breakfast - totally non compliant but totally delicious wood-fired pizze margherita. Will make up for that this week I am sure!

Best new discovery for 2013 so far - filtered water.

A stoneware water filter - I see & feel huge difference. No more smelly water, just lovely pure h2o  


And, here is to a another year of brilliant breakfasts for B's!
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  Hope you enjoyed it


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sure did!

am loving oat blueberry crunch with yoghurt, agave and raspberries. but it is just not filling me up - as I keep looking at the clock for lunch and it is only 10/10.30am   guess I have primed my metabolism to expect a larger amount of protein??

plus loads of filtered water - and a dip in the ocean - 105 here atm.

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I am not good with that kind of bf either
- it is lovely but I get hungry too fast.
Today I had
fullfat greekstyle 10 % yoghurt with almonds and apple and 1 softboiled egg- that worked pretty good- but often I would just eat the yoghurt.


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10:00a 2 eggs over easy. 1 thin slice flaxseed toast w/butter

Followed by 1/2 a ruby grapefruit


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1:30p Fish/vegs.


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5.30
Pineapplejuice fresh with a little orange juice and mint
- greek style yoghurt and almonds
- all diamonds or superfood and I must admit on a cold snowy winter morning it was not perfect  


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your breakfast sounds nice and summery - mine was a fried egg, cheese & a hot chocolate - we could swap as it is summer here  
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I actually ate in the morning again!  
And I had an avoid (lentils) in a curried pilaf with rice, and I had brussels sprouts which actually tasted sweet.

Henriette brings up a very interesting point.
On a bitterly cold January morning in Denmark she has tropical fruit juice and yogurt, saying "they're superfoods".
On a moderately cold morning in San Francisco, California, there are lentils studding my curried rice / brussels sprouts breakfast, and I admit this ingredient is "an avoid".

Whose breakfast was the "better" one, more appropriate and healthful for the party concerned?
Apparently SWAMI doesn't ask you what time of year it is and what foodstuffs grow naturally in your vicinity and what the weather is like on a given day -- I think this is a drawback.


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Apparently SWAMI doesn't ask you what time of year it is and what foodstuffs grow naturally in your vicinity and what the weather is like on a given day -- I think this is a drawback.

I think the only drawback is that a user's expectations are such that the software must provide locally appropriate (weather and growing conditions, etc.) menu for each day...  The software isn't designed to run your life, just to allow you some guidelines for better health.  It is still up to you to eat enough of appropriate foods for whatever the weather is.  It is also your decision whether you buy food from a local farmer or what has been shipped in from Chile or China...


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Quoted from ABJoe

I think the only drawback is that a user's expectations are such that the software must provide locally appropriate (weather and growing conditions, etc.) menu for each day...  The software isn't designed to run your life, just to allow you some guidelines for better health.  It is still up to you to eat enough of appropriate foods for whatever the weather is.  It is also your decision whether you buy food from a local farmer or what has been shipped in from Chile or China...

Thanks. As you know, I started another thread on this on SWAMI, as you know, and answered your post there, so that it could be discussed in terms of SWAMI and not in terms of Bs and our breakfasts.
Why confuse matters?



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3:30p Vegs. & noodles in beef broth, sprinkled w/ parmesan


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Out and about early a.m. for an appointment.
Stopped afterward for coffee & croissants. Way too filling, and I feel not so well.
(a) Too early
(b) All starch


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2:30p: 2 eggs over easy, one very thin slice flaxseed toast w/ butter. Mandarine.

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5:10p ...didn't feel so hot...Usually that breakfast is fine...


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11:30a: Garlic risotto w/ parmesan cheese.


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11:30am (two days in a row!):   Fish, brown rice, green peppers.


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It is an interesting point San J

Normally I try to avoid eating meals that doesn´t fit seasons.
I try to eat warm bF in cold winter days and light meals with yoghurt, fruit etc on hot summer days.
However this was just because of lack of money.
I made the yoghurt for dinner some days earlier - and had some leftover  
and pineapple is cheap at the moment - craved juice  
IF money had been less an issue I would have chosen different.

Last 3 days I have had egg muffins ( Egg, cream, cheese, spinach and herbs baked in a muffin pan.
Very good on cold winter days .


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It is an interesting point San J

Normally I try to avoid eating meals that doesn´t fit seasons.
I try to eat warm bF in cold winter days and light meals with yoghurt, fruit etc on hot summer days.
However this was just because of lack of money.
I made the yoghurt for dinner some days earlier - and had some leftover  
and pineapple is cheap at the moment - craved juice  
IF money had been less an issue I would have chosen different.

1. No need to explain / be ashamed. It was just an Object Lesson, to make (as you say) "an interesting point".  
2. Grains/eggs aren't less expensive than produce and milk products?


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Eggs are normally cheap ( cause I´ve got 7 hens in my back yard    but the hard winter = less eggs need
Milk  ?? well 1 litre organic full fat non homogenised milk cost around less than 2 dollars so it is fairly cheap - I just don´t like trowing things out.
Veggies and fruits are really expensive right now - well veggies that are lighter than the cabbage and root veggies that I grow myself.

I´ve got 1 dollar left for the rest of the month so I eat whatever I have  


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Breakfast at 9:30 in the morning??!! Who, me?  

Leftover "turkey chile-verde", mashed potatoes, peas & mushrooms.
Chai tea without milk.


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I had a cup of tea at 6 and then sneaked back to bed.
At 8 I made applepancake( grated apple, 1 egg, a littel sour cream and enough spelt flour to stay together fried in ghee and had it with maple syrup  


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I had a cup of tea at 6 and then sneaked back to bed.
At 8 I made applepancake( grated apple, 1 egg, a littel sour cream and enough spelt flour to stay together fried in ghee and had it with maple syrup  

Looks delicious, hbs.



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