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it was -  so I had it again this morning at bloody 5.45- and freezing 16 F outdoor


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Today I had 2 scrambeled eggs cooked in ghee and 3 oz lamb burger (ground lamb, chopped onion, ginger garlic, turmeric, coriander, cumin)


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2:45p Curried cream of cauliflower/potato soup; Barley pilaf.


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11:00am: Leftover barley pilaf, with one egg over easy.


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As a typically B you eat a lot of varied bf´s

Lately I have had

spelt pancakes with apricot/honey

yesterday Smoothie with yoghurt, rosehip and raspberries + speltbun and butter

today roasted cauliflower, turkey sausages and fried egg.

No doubt that the eggy bf is better for me that the flour/ yoghurt fruitbased.


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I have noticed that some of you eat late breakfast. Are you doing some type of intermittent fasting?


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Quoted from Monika
I have noticed that some of you eat late breakfast. Are you doing some type of intermittent fasting?


I normally don´t.
When I eat really no grain no sugar I sometimes first have bf around 10- 11 even though I am awake at 6. I seem to natural incline toward somekind of IF then.

Right now where I eat more normal( more carbs)
I am really hungry at 6 and since I have started to teach = can´t eat when I want to -
I prefer eating real bf at 6 - but then I am not hungry before 12 -if BF has been egg based.


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1:40pm One egg over. One toasted bagel.

I don't eat three meals a day. And I don't get hungry - generally - in the morning, even though I usually have a cup of coffee with cream in the morning; it satisfies me. That's why you're seeing my breakfasts in the afternoon, Monika, in answer to your question.

As for Henriette, she has been known to sometimes eat around dawn!  


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Quoted from san j

As for Henriette, she has been known to sometimes eat around dawn!  


yep - that is the problem with early cold mornings.

It is holiday week here and I still woke up early today   around 6.30  
So in the end I got up and made a yoghurt/, strawberry, rosehip, orange smothie- very tasty
- but not good enough on a cold moning like this
- so I ended up frying some apples and onions (and 1 slice of organic bacon  ) - Sooo good on a snowy dark morning.

I think IF I had coffee with cream in early morning I wouldn´t eat much bf as well.
I do have a cup of coffee around 10 in the morning - but I never liked coffee first thing in the morning- I need tea there


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I think IF I had coffee with cream in early morning I wouldn´t eat much bf as well.

Even if without cream, and even if tea, I don't get hungry - generally - for hours after I wake up.


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12:10p: 1 fried egg. Sautéed broccoli rabe.


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Spelt bun with butter and soft boiled egg around 9


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I woke up in the middle of the night and ate a small baked potato (Yukon Gold): 4:30am.
I put butter, salt and pepper on it. I used up a little piece of blue (Stilton) cheese on it, too.
Then I went back to sleep.


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. Almost morning   for me.
Sunday raspberry red currant clafoutis and maple syrup at 9
Today scramble egg, cheese and red peppers at 6.


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11:30am handful of whole roasted almonds
12:30pm One egg over, on buttered toasted bagel


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Henriette:

Just looking over all the variation customary to you and to me: Amazing that so many have regular menus at regular meals and can tell you which meat they'll eat and when and how many ounces...

I'd love to say, Yes, I eat an egg every morning -- but there are days I'm just not up for it, just can't consider it. Today I wanted one, but that doesn't happen even the majority of the time. When I have one, I really appreciate it, really enjoy it and get a lot of energy from it.
Which raises the question as to whether those who say they sometimes get energized by eggs and sometimes don't are sometimes eating them purely out of habit, and, when doing so, aren't deriving the full benefit in a noticeable way...


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Well my o daughter thinks I'm nuts that I want variety - I think she would be happy with scamble eggs and red pepper 8 out of 10 days  
Me I prefer something new most mornings but often I don't get it because I cook fo r us both. I do know when she moves later this year i will enjoy my b variety again


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