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NewHampshireGirl
Saturday, June 30, 2012, 4:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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You wouldn't care for my breakfast, probably.  I have tried all sorts of combinations...meat, eggs, oatmeal and who knows what all.  Fiinally, I decided that since I really like to graze and I always have eaten maybe 6 times a day, small amounts, that I would simplify breakfast to what I really enjoy.  So, it boils down to my pineapple juice into which I put ARA6, lecithin, psyllium, magnesium powder, cod liver oil, liquid vit. C, lemon juice and then drink loads of water to wash down all my supplement pills.  Then I have a banana and a cherry-chocolate Uni-Bar.

I just knew you wouldn't like this!  
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Orange juice, a Superfood?  This must be on a SWAMI.  


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Greek yogurt, almonds, dried pineapple today.
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Catfish, asparagus, and broccoli over brown rice, with cilantro and hot peppers.
Honeydew with lime juice.


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a pink lady apple fried in butter, agave & lemon juice with plain greek youghurt & sprinkling of nutmeg. washed down with organic sencha.

I find breakfast difficult to coordinate on weekdays - love leftovers as a remedy!
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Spelt sourcream pancakes with strawberries, dougnutpeach and maplesyrup.
Iced green tea
It is sunday so I have a sweet and grainbased thing  


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Eggs scrambled with onion/celery/cauliflower and cheddar. (Don't forget the disco music to dance to while cooking.)
Coffee and cream.
Strengthening!
Hankering for some fruit, however, and I'm thinking: There's honeydew to finish up.

Added, next day:
And then, the next day (this morning), all I wanted was fresh fruit (about an hour after my coffee with cream).
So, no, I'm not in a breakfast rut (or groove, depending on your POV).


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Next a.m.? Yet something completely different: bagel with almond butter and fruit jam.
This B is truly nomadic, meal-wise, all over the map!  


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I like  


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I'm a teacher, so during the school year I like to make up a batch of breakfast burritos and freeze them.

Ezekiel tortilla
scrambled eggs
hash browns made from sweet potatoes and olive oil
turkey bacon
a little cheddar cheese


If I'm in a hurry and not terribly hungry, I have kefir.
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Wow that sounds yummy

Well I had chiapudding today and that was rather interesting. I made it with homemade almondmilk and cream + cocoa powder sine I shared with Emma

It is so hot here that I have started to crave watermelon/feta salad for breakfast


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HB,
Its really hot here, too and I have been eating way too much watermelon! Just like the cherries!


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HB,
Its really hot here, too and I have been eating way too much watermelon! Just like the cherries!


only think one craves when it is hot

I had 2 porched eggs with fresh chopped herbs and cold butter this morning- cold nectraines as dessert .

Glad I did chose eggs even with a hot morning cause it was so klate before lunch.


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only think one craves when it is hot

I had 2 porched eggs with fresh chopped herbs and cold butter this morning- cold nectraines as dessert .

Glad I did chose eggs even with a hot morning cause it was so klate before lunch.


Unfamiliar with this word. (I emphasized it above)
I had salmon crumble: fresh fish mixed with chopped celery, onion, red bell pepper, mushroom, and zucchini.




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san j,

I get from Henriette BSec's statement that she was glad to have eaten eggs for breakfast because it was so late before she got lunch...


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Maybe.
I thought it was related to her description of the weather?
Hard to tell, when posts are that typo-heavy.

HBS:
I'm enjoying my nectarine as I write here; it is smothered in raspberries - very sweet.
2:00pm, but, yes, it's brunch's dessert!  


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Quoted from san j
Maybe.
I thought it was related to her description of the weather?
Hard to tell, when posts are that typo-heavy.


Remember, English is not Henriette's first language. I'm always amazed at how well her English is!


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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Remember, English is not Henriette's first language. I'm always amazed at how well her English is!


Yes, digging deeper often produces a drenching fount of understanding.
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Yes, digging deeper often produces a drenching fount of understanding.



Add: My friend Henriette may have been referring to some Danish weather phenomenon - is what I'm thinking, connected with summer temperatures?


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No just typing too fast and it was very hot = braindead

- and yes English is NOT my first language.

It should say  LATE before I had lunch.


BF today ; yoghurt and peach smoothie  


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Henriette,

I'll have to Google chiapudding.  I've never heard of this.  If it tastes like a dessert, I'm sure I'll love it!


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http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/2836

Wow!  38 grams of protein!  What do you do for substituting the coconut....another disappointing no-no for B's.  
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Quoted from laroquea
http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/2836

Wow!  38 grams of protein!  What do you do for substituting the coconut....another disappointing no-no for B's.  


That's 3 g protein per serving.  

For coconut substitutions, try pecans.  



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Just fruit today.


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Actually I just use full fat milk or almondmilk( depending IF I make it for Emma as well),
cocoapowder-some sweetner ( honey or dates)
I have also made it with fresh fruit and milk
- bit different  

Well I got interested in the chia since it is diamond food for me- and the guys in the FS thread kept talking about it.

BF today
Homemade pancakes made with sour cream,eggs and spelt flour, served with mapple syrup and nectarines.


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