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san j
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Hey, fellow B's.
Do y'all eat breakfast?

If YES: Do you do so every morning?
At the same time every day?
Do you eat a lot?
What do you eat?

That sorta thing.


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I have to eat or I get dizzy and fall down!  

I eat every morning,
during the week at the same time, weekends vary.

I have a table spoon of ACV,
1 glass of kefir with a shot of grape juice,
2 scrambled ( or fried) Eggs
1/4 cup goat cheese
1 glass green smoothie
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Every morning about an hour after I get up. Sometimes it's just left overs from the night before.
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I try to make breakfast my heaviest meal of the day. I eat the same thing daily, though. Turkey sausage (organic, homemade - well, by the sausage maker), one hardboiled egg, and half an apple (or a whole one). Lately, a cup of milk kefir (plain or with blueberries or other fruit)... sans either the sausage frank or egg.


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I have to eat or I get dizzy and fall down!  

I eat every morning,
during the week at the same time, weekends vary.

I have a table spoon of ACV,
1 glass of kefir with a shot of grape juice,
2 scrambled ( or fried) Eggs
1/4 cup goat cheese
1 glass green smoothie


What's ACV?



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Quoted from san j
Hey, fellow B's.
Do y'all eat breakfast?
I do
If YES: Do you do so every morning? yes
At the same time every day?
aprox
Do you eat a lot?
yes cause I try to avoid grazing since it makes me put on weight and eat the wrong kind of food

What do you eat?
Eggs and veggies 3-4 days a week somtimes with sausages
Cheese and veggies; Watermelon and cheese ( feta or moazzarella I love when hot)
Yoghurt or kefir smothies with fruit and nuts
Sometimes fish like salmon and veggies.
breadbased things 1-2 a week.


That sorta thing.




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My type B 10 year old son usually has oatmeal with milk and honey for breakfast, often with a glass of milk alongside it. He doesn't seem to want anything too heavy at breakfast time.  The school bus comes at 8:40 AM so he usually eats around 8:30, after getting dressed and packing up for school. On Saturdays he has a bowl of rice cereal and milk, and on Sundays before Hebrew School he has his usual oatmeal and milk about half an hour later. On days when he doens't need to be anyplace (doesn't happen often during the school year, but will happen a lot over the summer) he'll eat breakfast later; often around 10:00 AM, and it will be a heartier breakfast, often eggs and  toast or eggs and oatmeal plus apple sauce or a little juice.

I don't know if he'll need a higher protein/lower carb breakfast when he  gets older. For now, he's active enough to handle morning carbs.


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Brunch for me.  I'm only half a B though.  So...

I eat a fried egg, two slices of deli meat (organic with no bad ingredients), some kind of juicy fruit like this morning it was watermelon.  About 2 cups.  Maybe a hair more, 1/4 cup of nuts and some dried fruit mixed in a bowl.  Like this morning it was some walnuts with 3 prunes.  The prunes were kind of small, otherwise it's usually just 2.  Sprinkled with some sea salt and cinnamon.  

Lovely "brunch" for me.  I don't do well on real early breakfasts.

My Mom and Daughter are B's.  And they both have been classically much more "morning" people, than I ever have.  And seem to eat well in the morning.  My daughter had a good portion of oatmeal with raisins and butter this morning.  Maybe 1/4 of dried oatmeal.  It was leftover so I don't know how much exactly.  She'll eat eggs and fruit with me some days.  Fruit is almost always on the menu at breakfast in our house.  


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On weekends and when I go to the office I drink a protein shake every morning.  Work days I drink it on my commute.  I have a banana or apple later in the morning.  Then I have a rice cake a bit later but before lunch.

When I travel I have an egg or oatmeal and juice at the hotel.  Maybe some fruit depending on what they have.   I’ll eat my rice cake later.


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I eat breakfast every morning and within 30 mins after I wake.  

I'm not sure if this normal but i never eat the same thing.  Some mornings it's all protein, others all carbs and some a healthy mix of both. I just try and listen to what my body needs.  There's even mornings all I want is fruit.

Yesterday morning I had 2 scrambled eggs, 2 slices of Ezekiel bread with Ghee and an apple.  The day before it was Irish oaks w/butter milk and molasses.  Sunday it was 1 cup of cottage cheese w/flax oil and a green drink.  


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Quoted from san j
Hey, fellow B's.
Do y'all eat breakfast?

If YES: Do you do so every morning?
At the same time every day?
Do you eat a lot?
What do you eat?

That sorta thing.


hello
I do not eat every morning always but when I do a lot of whirring fruit, pineapple, peaches, bananas, cherries, melon yellow, with kefir and eat a nice slice of pie quinoa. I am a little greedy pig ......
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I'm not sure if this normal but i never eat the same thing.  Some mornings it's all protein, others all carbs and some a healthy mix of both. I just try and listen to what my body needs.  There's even mornings all I want is fruit.


Why wouldn't it be normal?
I feel free to do the same thing, tending toward protein:
Sometimes I have meaty leftovers and go for that.
Sometimes I make eggs with vegetables and cheese.
Sometimes I put some cheese or nut butter on bread.
But:
Occasionally I just go for fruit, with or without yogurt.

Often   I skip breakfast, just not feeling hungry until what you'd call lunchtime. I'm always happy to eat breakfast - no prejudice against it or anything - but if I ain't hungry, I ain't hungry - I just drink my coffee or tea and wait 'til very late a.m., to about 1:30 p.m.




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Well you listen to your body and that is great
Sometimes when I am very sugar and starch free I really don´t feel like eating BF and I tend to wait to midmorning ( I get up at 6 so waiting to 10- 11 is a long time )

Funny thing I am in a family with most O´s and they all seem perfectly happy to have the same BF every single day ...
Emma eats eggs every morning except when our hens are lazy
and she seem happy about that( and I just cange how they are cooked because I don´t want to cook the same every morning  
- I have to change my BF and so does my sister ( B)  we both like to rotate between different things for BF....
sometimes eggs, sometimes cheese, sometimes yoghurt- sometimes meat or fish
sometimes nutbutter on bread.


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I'm completely more than happy eating the same thing every day IF it is something that I love and that satisfies me.

I drink a large smoothie every morning and have for years.  Of course, it isn't just fruit blended up.  It's a substantial meal.  



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Henriette and Victoria:
I can either change or eat the same thing, when it comes to the mental aspect. I'd actually, like Victoria, just as soon eat the same thing every day, but, when the moment arrives, the tummy simply doesn't feel like it OR the item (such as certain meat leftovers, or a fresh fruit) is not available.

I'm only rarely in the mood for cereal in the morning, unless it's a really small portion. It sits heavier than meat or fruit and feels less satisfying than protein.

I've now been up four hours and am starting to get hungry - Haven't eaten in 19-or-so hours. It's a particularly long stretch, but I sometimes get like that when I'm working.


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Wow. I really like meat in the morning.
I like the way I feel afterward.
I've always liked it, but I've been making an effort to track these things now.
I was surprised to hear my MD take an interest in my breakfasts and also suggest I eat meat leftovers at that time. Cool.  


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I like meat or eggs in the morning. An omelette with lots of veggies in it is good. In fact Brighid had a recipe if I can remember: Beat a dozen eggs pour into a muffin pan untill each mold is half full, add a tablespoon of cooked veggies and maybe a little cheese, top with the rest of the egg and bake till done. Can be eaten hot or stored in the fridge for breakfast on the go.
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I like meat or eggs in the morning. An omelette with lots of veggies in it is good. In fact Brighid had a recipe if I can remember: Beat a dozen eggs pour into a muffin pan untill each mold is half full, add a tablespoon of cooked veggies and maybe a little cheese, top with the rest of the egg and bake till done. Can be eaten hot or stored in the fridge for breakfast on the go.


I dunno.
Refrigerated omelette doesn't appeal to me.
But fresh it's a handy idea for something a little different.



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I like meat or eggs in the morning. An omelette with lots of veggies in it is good. In fact Brighid had a recipe if I can remember: Beat a dozen eggs pour into a muffin pan untill each mold is half full, add a tablespoon of cooked veggies and maybe a little cheese, top with the rest of the egg and bake till done. Can be eaten hot or stored in the fridge for breakfast on the go.


I like those I make them often with a mix of veggies and cottage cheese- so handy with a teen going on the bus


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Breakfast for me is almost always the same lol I eat a slice of spelt sourdough bread with feta cheese which I love ...sometimes I'll have two scrambled eggs cooked in organic butter with the toast instead of cheese, I also have a juicer and make fresh pineapple and orange juice and store in fridge for a few days, also drink coffee with full fat milk.


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Curious about your choice of daily orange juice.


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Curious about your choice of daily orange juice.


It can be fine for B´s - I have had it as both superfood- and right now neutral
But I almost never drinks fruit juice.

I had yummy bf this morning
Very hot and humid so I din´t want any eggs, fish or meat;
homemade greek style yoghurt 10 % fat
Strawberries from garden
a few almond slices and a bit of home"made" honey

Ice green tea



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It can be fine for B´s - I have had it as both superfood- and right now neutral



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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.

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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'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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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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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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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!


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


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


That's 3 g protein per serving.  

For coconut substitutions, try pecans.  



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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.

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Alder-smoked Pacific salmon and red onions over cream cheese on a bagel.
Coffee.


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That's 3 g protein per serving.  

For coconut substitutions, try pecans.  



Haha!  I got excited.  I lose weight quicker with increased protein.

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Thanks for the info.  I'm going to pick some up this week hopefully.
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Alder-smoked Pacific salmon and red onions over cream cheese on a bagel.
Coffee.


I am taking the next plane over to you- arriving at breakfast  

That sounds so good


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I am taking the next plane over to you- arriving at breakfast  

That sounds so good


"Arriving at breakfast"?
Sometimes (rarely) I eat at 8am.
Sometimes I eat at 10am.
Sometimes I eat at noon... or   after...

Note: Smoked Pacific Salmon is available at Amazon.com.
Don't know how it can be packaged for international shipment, however. Haven't looked into it. But you'll save a ton of airfare!
Maybe someone'll buy it for you for your upcoming 40th?  



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"Arriving at breakfast"?
Sometimes (rarely) I eat at 8am.
Sometimes I eat at 10am.
Sometimes I eat at noon... or   after...

Note: Smoked Pacific Salmon is available at Amazon.com.
Don't know how it can be packaged for international shipment, however. Haven't looked into it. But you'll save a ton of airfare!
Maybe someone'll buy it for you for your upcoming 40th?  





Actually I have seeen it here in the shops  
I think we might have it as a starter on my b-day party
- I could bake some tiny speltbased bagels and that would be yummy

BF today( last holiday day )
spelt/yoghurt bread with butter and scramble eggs and nectarines and tea.

Right now midmorning
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Chia - I must remember to add some to rice and fruit breakfasts; or in yoghurt drinks - especially a yoghurt drink that is also breakfast on the go, they would lift the nutritional profile and probably make a lassi thicker like a pudding.
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HBS: Thought of you today when I had "breakfast" (at 1pm): The salmon again.  


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I am getting surprisingly good mileage out of adding chia to my morning breakfast shake.
And I would love to join you two for bagels & a cup of joe - for which I have had none since last December.
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HBS: Thought of you today when I had "breakfast" (at 1pm): The salmon again.  



I have been boring  
Last 3 days I have had
peach "omelet"
sounds a bit weird but since I only eat low amounts of grain.
I make this omelet/pancake type things;

2ggs, a bit of cream, 1 tbl almond flour
- bake in butter and add sliced up peaches or nectarines - a drizzle of maple syrup ( the real thing)
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Monday I had
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tuesday(today=
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Monday I had
fried potatoes, eggs and turkey sausages- plum and apricot

tuesday(today=
cold cheese quiche  and nectarine


I think you eat kin'a the way I do, HBS.
Yesterday I had a toasted bagel with almond butter and really juicy peach pieces on top, and a handful of strawberries, at about noon, I think.
Today I haven't eaten yet - it's only 11:00am. But maybe I'll let you know -  



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Pear, apple & blueberry baked in the oven with a 'crumble' topping of oats, sea salt, spelt flour, agave and lemon juice.

I had this with fresh cream & a mug of sencha.

I am already hungry for lunch though - it has only been 4 hrs, having leftover sweet potato & macadamia risotto.
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Pear, apple & blueberry baked in the oven with a 'crumble' topping of oats, sea salt, spelt flour, agave and lemon juice.

I had this with fresh cream & a mug of sencha.

I am already hungry for lunch though - it has only been 4 hrs, having leftover sweet potato & macadamia risotto.


Sounds lovely

No wonder that you were hungry - not that much protein


I had 2 eggs, cucumber, a little ham 1 plum and 1 apricot this morning
I am a bit hungry now - but it has been 5 hrs since I had bf so that is ok with me


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Leftover lamb-burger.
Beet salad with goat cheese and shredded fennel, grapefruit dressing.


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Same as yesterday, substituting grilled flank steak for the lamb burger.
A little earlier, too, at 10:30.

(Wanna eat before the mercury rises over 60º?
Just kidding. )


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Rather boring day yoghurt, peach and chiaseeds- around 8  


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Sounds lovely

No wonder that you were hungry - not that much protein



Correct. Today I had two glasses of fresh squeezed grapefruit juice in warm water, and a spelt toasted melt with leftover lamb shoulder, lettuce, cheese and mustard. A hot raw cocoa with agave & cream. Plus two macadamia butter cookies (uh, wheat)
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This morning I ate only a few little pieces of baguette toast with butter, preserved raspberries, and a couple of shaved slices of parmesano.  Preceded by Lebanese spiced coffee with cream.


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Lebanese coffee tell me more  

Honeybee- you have winter at your place dont you


BF In Denmark today
Homemade yoghurt, almonds and peach

Flaxseed crispbread with butter, cheese and red pepper
black tea*


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Lebanese coffee tell me more  


I buy a Lebanese product that is spiced with cardamom, pre-ground (Turkish grind), and vacuum-packed. I like it very much - takes me back to the Middle East, and probably to distant genetic ancestral memories of crossing the desert! The desert nomads spiced their coffee this way, and their descendents still do, though some prefer or also use coriander seed. The original reason (foul-tasting water) for spicing the coffee no longer exists, but - because it's so delicious and became an ethnic habit - it stuck.

As you know, my palate is highly attuned to herbs and spices, and the cardamom really works well, for me, with strong coffee.



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ahh we call it turkish coffee

Yes it is very nice  

BF today on sunday
Pancakes ( spelt flour, yoghurt, egg, slat and baking powder)fried in butter served with peaches and maple syrup


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turkish coffee, pancakes, peaches oh my; reminds me of ye olde cafes that make baklava dripping in honey & pistachio and serve tiny cups of black thick spiced cafe.

today I had a nice cafe brunch; poached egg, hollandaise sauce, spinach, mushrooms sauteed on small slice of toast plus 500mls of 50/50 grapefruit juice in warm water
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...tiny cups of black thick spiced cafe...


Yes. This be the stuff. Real coffee. My Palestinian friends call it "Arabic Coffee".
When I was young and living in Paris, my Moroccan neighbor turned me on to it, and I've enjoyed it ever since. But I liked really dark espresso flavor before, too.


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I love the flavour but after I have been pregnant ( 18 years ago) I just can´t drink black coffee
good to be a B that still can have milk and cream.

So arabic -turkish -lebanese coffee


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I love the flavour but after I have been pregnant ( 18 years ago) I just can´t drink black coffee
good to be a B that still can have milk and cream.

So arabic -turkish -lebanese coffee


...the beans are from Brazil  



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Tried some coffee on the weekend - yuck - could only drink a small sip. To think I lived on one a day! Blegh. I had only one in the past 8 months, I had a late drive home from the city & to keep me alert I actually enjoyed that one.

Today was a minimal start to a hectic morning - squeezed half a grapefruit in warm water, drank that, more water with some spirulina, a hot cocoa - made with raw cocoa powder, agave & tspn cream.

Looking fwd to lunch!
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Tried some coffee on the weekend - yuck - could only drink a small sip. To think I lived on one a day! Blegh. I had only one in the past 8 months, I had a late drive home from the city & to keep me alert I actually enjoyed that one.

Today was a minimal start to a hectic morning - squeezed half a grapefruit in warm water, drank that, more water with some spirulina, a hot cocoa - made with raw cocoa powder, agave & tspn cream.

Looking fwd to lunch!


I'll bet you are! Not much in there to tide you over...



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Little cauliflower/parmesan frittata. Buttered toasted roll.
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^^^That sounds good^^^ cauli & cheese are so good together.

Today, 500ml warm water w grapefruit, went for a walk then had leftover rice and beef & broccoli stir-fry that I made last night - beef, garlic, ginger, chilli, lemon, broccoli, carrot, onion, capsicum, mushrooms, consomme, mirin & almonds. Spirulina, mag, C, i-3-c.
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I had eggs and bacon this morning - after all it is my b-day so no feeling guilty

Later my parents come and I have made spelt flour based danish pastry
with 2 fillings
one with almonds, honey and peaches and one just with vanilla custard

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Happy Birthday! I just posted your Birthday thread.
You've given me an idea, so I'm gonna go edit/add something to it...


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Onion bagel, cream cheese, applesauce.
Coffee.
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Yes Happy Birthday!

Your b'day breakfast sounds really great.

I am having two glasses of water & grapefruit juice with 2x polyflora today, starting back  on it...
Won't be having breakfast for another hour or so, spelt pancakes with fresh strawberries & pear.
I re-ran my SWAMI last night and spelt is a black dot now - I am still really not sure what my legs are - neutral or gynic/
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Thanks

This morning I woke up at 7 ( but I did go to bed by 9.30  )

I made a smoothie with yoghurt, peach, banana and coconut oil.
Had the last danish pastry  

Gone- wont make them again  before I turn 41  


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It's one of those mornings when I'm hungry...but I don't want anything "heavy"...yet.
So, here it is, just after 10am, and I'm having a grapefruit (coffee w/cream was almost 2 hrs. ago).

See how it varies.
I'm definitely not a creature of habit when it comes to food!  


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It's one of those mornings when I'm hungry...but I don't want anything "heavy"...yet.
So, here it is, just after 10am, and I'm having a grapefruit (coffee w/cream was almost 2 hrs. ago).

See how it varies.
I'm definitely not a creature of habit when it comes to food!  


me too


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8am: coffee/cream

11am: Scramble: egg, sautéed cauliflower, mushroom, celery, onion. Parmesan, salt, pepper.
Not wanting any bread/toast with it.
Pluot plum afterwards.


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Skipped it today.
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Sautéed mushroom scrambled eggs, French style - creamy not bouncy lol
With small piece of bread and parmesan. Lemon water plus polyflora
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Watermelon with mozzarella and a softboiled egg with seasalt.
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Currently about 60ºF outside and cloudy/foggy.

10:30am: Had a bagel with cream cheese, red onion and smoked Pacific salmon.
And: Half a grapefruit.

Around 9:30 had coffee with cream.


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frozen passionfruit & blueberry smoothie with tbspn fresh yoghurt, agave, & some organic milk*

2 x polyflora 30 mins after that
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Lovely smoothie.

I made some really lovely green courgette pancakes this morning;
grated and drained corugette, onions, herbs( basil and mint) egg and almond flour-
spread like thick pancakes and bake in butter/ghee- I had them with sour cream and turkey sausages.

Right now my second coffee with cream yep hard morning  


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oh coffee with cream how I wish you loved me as much as I  you

Today I had 2 x polyflora, lemon/water then left-over curried lamb chop, a large cube of fresh paneer, rice, mint yoghurt, some veggies, and a small piece of garlic naan.

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Oh, well.
Today was one of those days when I just didn't feel like eating.
I had coffee with cream at around 10 this morning.
It's now 3:30pm, and I have a feeling I'll be up for some chow fairly soon?


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Well I had baked eggs with cream and cheese- watermelon and red pepper on the side.
My gas had run out  so I needed to use oven if I wanted something to fill me up.
Somehow cheese and  watermelon didn´t seem enough


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Oh, well.
Today was one of those days when I just didn't feel like eating.
I had coffee with cream at around 10 this morning.
It's now 3:30pm, and I have a feeling I'll be up for some chow fairly soon?


Good practice run for the next day, when I had to fast for a blood draw and didn't make it to the needle 'til almost 2pm!
So - no breakfast yesterday, either.



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In a flap today, Monday here of course!

1 x coconut water, 2 x polyflora - been curious about the coconut water thing, taste is good, slightly coconutty, feels 'heavier' than water - seemed to suppress appetite  
It is mainly sugar carbs & potassium. Would love to know if it has any of the less appealing characteristics of other coconut products re BTD.
Then slice of spelt bread with butter & mac butter, half a coffee, spirulina/ more water.
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Toasted roll with butter and jam. Coffee with cream.
Kin'a standard "continental" sorta thing, without croissants.  


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Hi, chèrele: Thanks! This morning was another of those when I just couldn't go for it. I do know better. I was surprisingly hungry for so early in the morning, much earlier than usual. But the thought of cheese, even, was a big turn-off. Sometimes I just eat the one thing that doesn't disgust me. In this case it was simple toast and jam with some butter.  

At 12:30pm, however, I went for yogurt.  


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No breakfast, again. Just coffee with cream.
Lunch at 2:15pm: Salad that included turkey and goat cheese, carrots, parsley and red onions over romaine. Vinaigrette.

Where's Henriette?
I guess she's a big girl now - turned 40 last month...


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BF yesterday was hardboiled egg -mayo and fig and pear from garden- not bad
Today a quick smoothie with yoghurt - banana and cocoapowder- some almonds on the side


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1:45pm today: Br-unch.
1 egg scrambled with sautéed cauliflower, onion, and zucchini. Parmesan cheese.


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Eggsalad made with hardboiled eggs, cottage cheese and chives- 2 figs from garden- around 8.


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1:00pm: Hot red pepper catfish with broccoli and zucchini. Brown rice.


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1:00p: Celery stalks, dipped in a jalapeño ranch dressing.
1:30p: Salad with the same dressing:
Chopped romaine and kale, arugula leaf, julienned carrots and red onion.

Again: Not in the mood for meat, cheese, nuts, beans  
---- maybe egg would have been okay.
Not in the mood for starch, either.  

I feel pretty good after the salad. Definitely full: It was big.


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I've been posting a lot on this thread - I just read the whole thread, and it's actually very inspiring. What cool ideas y'all have!


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I had melon, figs from garden- a few slices of cheese( gruyer) and some parma ham this morning
- I know I am not supposed to the latter- but there is no substiture to that kind of ham  

I feel fine but I am bring some mixed nuts( pecan, macadamias and almonds - just in case


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Leftovers!! Rice & quinoa pasta with roasted garlic broccoli, sweet potato, rocket with fresh chilli & parmesan mascarpone.
Grapefruit & water, polyflora, spirulina. Handful of dried cranberries.

I love when you make something great for dinner and you get to eat it for breakfast the next day!
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Leftovers!! Rice & quinoa pasta with roasted garlic broccoli, sweet potato, rocket with fresh chilli & parmesan mascarpone.
Grapefruit & water, polyflora, spirulina. Handful of dried cranberries.

I love when you make something great for dinner and you get to eat it for breakfast the next day!


We had mashed potatoes yesterday -This morning I had fried potato cakes, plum chutney , mayo and strawberry smoothie- it is blistering cold so the potatoes were good.

Glad they are neutral for me.



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I really agree with you re: potatoes. I don't eat them often.
The flavor of a baked potato is just wonderful - a rare treat.
Occasionally I buy a bag of chips/crisps or, if eating a hamburger out, indulge in - yes - french fries, but I like potatoes best when their inherent flavor comes through.


And this morning's breakfast, at 11:00, consisted of a salad accompanied by crispy flatbreads.
It was a slaw of kale, carrots, red onions, parsley, and romaine in a creamy jalapeño ranch dressing.


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That sounds good- I really ought to eat more veggies at bf.
Just had strawberry /yoghurt smoothie

Really I ought to have eaten something hot - since the wind and rain says it is autumn.


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8:30am: Coffee with cream
11:30am: two fried eggs with parmesan.

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Scrambled eggs with onions, cheddar and parsley.
Didn't provide the usual protein mega-strength, oddly. A couple of hours later I was crashing. Had to have cream tea at three today, to drive the afternoon engine.


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But sounds divine

I had yoghurt and fresh fig + pear from my own garden- felt a bit sick so I didn´t want anything fried.

Yesterday I made grain free apple pancakes very nice  


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I don't like eating first thing, but usually try to, to kickstart my metabolism.  I generally have oatmeal with milk, maybe a sprinkling of crushed almond or walnuts on top.  Then afterwards sometimes a handful of berries.  Alternatively, I sometimes have a craving for cheese so i have a lump of hard cheese with apple and walnuts or something along those lines.
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... & selfmade strawberry-rhubarbe confiture  

We used to make this as well, Isa, but rhubarb is an avoid for all per BTD...  Could this have something to do with your bladder discomfort?


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yup I know but while mixing both... no problems @ all ....while having got tested in geno's and other tests it didn't showed up any side effects in rhubarb... but merely in apples    and now I know why I always disliked em .......


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More information, please.  



Grate a large tart apple( Gravensteins are good)
2 medium eggs, a little cream ( 1/4-1/3 cup)
salt, vanilla ( or maybe cinnamon if  )
and enough fine almond flour to make a rather stiff batter.
a little psyllium flour will improve it - but it works without.

Fry in small pancakes in lots of ghee
Very nice both cold and warm with real maple syrup

Had it this cold and wet autumn morning


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HBSec:
Thanks for that.
When I read that you favor Gravensteins for this, I was intrigued, because the American center for Gravenstein orchards is here in Sonoma County, California, in Sebastopol. I thought: Are they exporting all the way to Denmark?  
So I looked it up.
The variety actually began in S. Jutland, Denmark, and it is believed it was brought here by Russian explorers who planted a tree in Fort Ross, on the Sonoma Coast.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravenstein

And if you're interested in the Russian settlement of Sonoma County, California, you can take a look at this.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Ross,_California

Wikipedia will do, for now. But you can keep surfing, of course.
Or maybe I'm the only one interested in stuff like this?  
Meanwhile, apparently the Sebastopol (note the Russian name) crop is for some reason dwindling.
Nice pancake recipe gives me ideas...


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Well I knew it was a danish apple we call it Gråsten;)
  but I didn´t know it was  russians that brought it to US.
No I do find that kind of info really interesting

Sadly Gravensteins are hard to grow organic- some years like this year it is not good
- so I try to use as many apples as possible before they are all bad.
Then I can start on my other types of apples. (Belle the Boscoop, Aroma, Prima and Fillipa)
I ve got 5 types  on 4 trees.
3 medium size trees and 1 big( the Gravenstein- it is a red Gravenstein very pretty - but hard to pick .


This morning I had omelet with apples and a litte maple syrup.
- and lots of very strong tea- it was blistering cold and clear blue sky so my planned cold bf was changed into a hot.


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. but merely in apples    and now I know why I always disliked em .......


I don't like apples either....except in a pie or cooked..with cinnamon.   (I like berries and summer fruit like peaches, nectarines, black plums)  My mom was an apple lover. Funny how one's tastes can differ from a parent.
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I don't like apples either....  My mom was an apple lover. Funny how one's tastes can differ from a parent.

Hi, Mayflowers. I don't find it at all odd that someone's tastes in food can differ from a parent's. I don't think I've ever met anyone, in my over-half-a-century, who claimed to have the same exact taste in food as a parent, down to the last fruit.



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Nothing today, except I had chai instead of coffee.
I'll go into Lunch mode later, I guess.


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Grate a large tart apple( Gravensteins are good)
2 medium eggs, a little cream ( 1/4-1/3 cup)
salt, vanilla ( or maybe cinnamon if  )
and enough fine almond flour to make a rather stiff batter.
a little psyllium flour will improve it - but it works without.

Fry in small pancakes in lots of ghee
Very nice both cold and warm with real maple syrup

Had it this cold and wet autumn morning

Just noticed what a nice way this is to take your eggs.  


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Greek yogurt, to which Cherry preserves were added. Noon.


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Yesterday I had omelet with apples
Today
omelet with left over carrot puré , cheese and orange pappers.
The carrot thing was made from very good old fashioned thick carrots cooked with cream, white wine and thyme  


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3 x zucchini fritters with greek yoghurt, fresh chilli, fresh basil, parmesan & evoo.
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3 x zucchini fritters with greek yoghurt, fresh chilli, fresh basil, parmesan & evoo.


how how pleace  


well I had left over spelt pizza  


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3 x zucchini fritters with greek yoghurt, fresh chilli, fresh basil, parmesan & evoo.

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This recipe was posted on Facebook - I don't know if it is the same one used...
Zucchini Fritters
2 large zucchinis - grated
1 large onion - thinly sliced
1 egg
1/2 cup rice flour
Pinch of salt and pepper (if you can have it)
Olive oil

1) mix ingredients
2) Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in non-stick frying pan
3) place 1/4 cup scoop of zucchini mixture and flatten with a spoon
4) cook until golden and turn once
5) place in a preheated low oven to keep warm until ready to serve

Serve with salad, cherry tomatoes and avocado.


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how how pleace  


well I had left over spelt pizza  


Yum leftover pizza!

The fritters were super quick & easy - inspired by your apple omlette actually!

2 zucchini grated into a bowl, mix with 1 cup of almond meal, pinch of sea salt, sprinkle of cumin, 2 free-range eggs.

Spoon fritter sized amounts into a hot skillet (I fried them in a little rice bran oil) Cook through about a minute or two each side.

Rest briefly on some paper toweling.

Plate up & season with sea salt, fresh chopped red chilli, teaspoons of greek yoghurt, fresh basil leaves, grate pecorino romano or parmesan over the top and finish with a splosh of evoo.

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A cup of dandelion 'coffee' with ginger and cream. A piece of butter cake (!), then an asparagus mushroom and chilli omelette with green tea. Now thinking about having a beer, & some turkey.
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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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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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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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I usually eat huge breakfast. I would say the largest meal of the day. My lunch is also substential and dinner very light. Breakfast consists of protein only. This seems to work best for me. Sometimes I have to skip lunch if I am too full and just eat early dinner.

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Wow - that is a huge breakfast.
When I first wake up, it's hours before I can eat, usually, even a small amount (e.g., one egg).
And then hours, again, until I want a Large Meal.
I can certainly see, Monika, how you sometimes "have to skip lunch...and just eat early dinner".


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WoW monika  
I don´t feel that hungry in the morning
so I would say my bf is medium in size- always around 6 (7)
I have my only snack meal at 10 ( coffee and nuts)
Lunch around 13 normally my biggest meal Veggies and some kind of protein and fat
cup of tea around 16
dinner medium big around 19
- It works best for me that way.

I used to eat lots of small meals every 3-4 hr and I got hungry all the time ....

Then I tried eating a
huge meal at BF ( got nausea)
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6pm: my first meal of the day?!
Green salad of butter lettuce and plenty of italian parsley,
plus onion, walnuts and feta.
Vinaigrette dressing.

I assume I'll be hungry later.  
PS: Finished with a whole grapefruit.
mmmm
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Softboiled egg - almond scones( almondflour, yoghurt, baking powder and egg)
Butter , geen tea and a mandarin. at 8 am
Had a cup of coffe with milk at 10
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I had 2 eggs over easy with a sprinkling of parmesan cheese at around 12:45pm.


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Okay, I'll admit it: This morning's very early breakfast (8am) had pork in it. Early day for me, on very little sleep, but the little dumplings with the spicy dipping sauce and the seaweed/cucumber salad kept me going...
...But then the vegetarian Middle Eastern lunch, on the go, slowed me down, coffee notwithstanding.

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Turkey & apple make a great filling don't they?! love it grilled with some cheese too.

Had a bowl of oat crunchola with greek yoghurt & teaspoon of manuka today plus a green tea and a few glasses of water. Have read through this thread a few times recently to remind me what I like to eat - sometimes I just forget & lose all instinct  
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Blinis with sour cream and smoked salmon
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1/1 at 10
Blinis with sour cream and smoked salmon
scramble eggs with sausages,
strong tea
and later a chocolate crosseint with coffee...
a little hanged over

What a feast!
Me, I just went for a whole ruby grapefruit at about 11am.



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Yep I was starving after drinking champagne all night

Today
first morning in 1 month getting up at 5.45  
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10:30am (yes - eating in the ... morning!)  
2 eggs, scrambled (messy omelet, really) with parsley, parmesan and sautéed onion. Buttered flaxseed toast. 1/2 ruby grapefruit.


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mmmm that sounds good.
Well I have a hard time adjusting to these early mornings again- so today I fixed bf for Emma and had 2 cups of tea at 6 and returned to bed  
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Breakfast is becoming the least exciting meal of the day here; however dinner is shaping up! small lamb filets on the skillet with mediterranean quinoa & crunchy salad w yoghurt garlic dressing. + a (big) glass of pinot, and some chocolate.
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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  


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


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

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


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Henriette, Gentille Henriette.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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noon: 2 eggs over on a toasted bagel. 1/2 grapefruit.


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What? Breakfast in the...morning???  
11:15am: Almond butter and raspberry preserves on toasted bagel.


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What? Breakfast in the...morning???  
11:15am: Almond butter and raspberry preserves on toasted bagel.

Midmorning  

Today spelt bun with lots of butter, softboiled egg, beef salami and black tea  at 830


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Breakfast in the Morning - protein-free, however...
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Another morning breakfast - 8:25!
One egg over easy on a buttered toasted bagel half.
The other half had butter and raspberry jam.


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I had a smthie with greekstyle yoghurt, banana, blueberry and appeljuice.. A bit high carb bu needed a change.. Yes around night 5 30 in the morning


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I had a smthie with greekstyle yoghurt, banana, blueberry and appeljuice.. A bit high carb bu needed a change.. Yes around night 5 30 in the morning


I won't try to surpass you in the Breakfast-Earliness Dept., darlin'.  



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if i could choose i would wake up around 7  
But i need to take the bus before 7 and arrive at school before 8.


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Hi Friends,

I usually start my day off with a complete protein product and a bowl of Oatmeal or millet flakes, with raisins almonds, honey, raw cocao and apple fiber.
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Sounds lovely  

I woke up to a crazy blizzard and freezing wind chill minus 23 C
So I had scramble eggs, with turkey ham, red peppers and plenty of hot tea around 5.30
before I dressed and walked to the bus.

I cant wait to it gets spring here and I can eat a bit lighter breakfast, but right now I need fat and protein to stay full.


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1pm: Onion bagel with cream cheese and Henriette's favorite: Alaskan kippered salmon (with cracked black pepper). Red onion, lemon.


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1pm: Onion bagel with cream cheese and Henriette's favorite: Alaskan kippered salmon (with cracked black pepper). Red onion, lemon.


Oh such a long time since I had salmon (s)

Still eggs eggs eggs eggs in the morning  


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Apparently I didn't eat enough of that salmon - it didn't keep me going very long.
I didn't want too much of it -- too salty?  


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And you did eat t with a bagel, wile t taste wonderful, everytime I eat breadlike stuff at bf i never lasts me very long

Another egg with cheese bf here, with salsa and cucumber to add a bit of green. Freezing  17 F so  need hot bf here at  6 .


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10a: 1 banana.
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Here it is:

7:15am (You Read That Right): One fried egg, buttered toast, 1/2 banana, about 10 green grapes.
Lebanese coffee w/cream.

This B had breakfast. Not brunch, not lunch, not linner...
an actual breakfast.
Woke up hungry ( didn't have a protein dinner last night).

Interesting. So: When I have protein with dinner I'm not (as) likely to want to eat again until at least noon the next day. Way Slow Metabolizing there...


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Yoghurt, cream , wild blueberres and honey,  


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7:00am

What? Again?
Hungry from the get-go - after a solid protein dinner the previous night.
¿Que pasa?
A little more exercise yesterday, but virtually none the day before.  


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7:00am

What? Again?
Hungry from the get-go - after a solid protein dinner the previous night.
¿Que pasa?
A little more exercise yesterday, but virtually none the day before.  

It may have something to do with the season changing, or a healing phase that you are going through...  Sometimes the body throws curves at us just to let us know it is still there...   


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i tend to wake up earlerand easier after spring equinox

Bf today spelt oat scones with macadamianutbutter and raspberry jam  


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This is a GREAT thread!!  As a B, I gotta say I feel pretty inspired and thank you all for listing some great BF ideas.  I feel this is the best thing I've read on breakfast suggestions for Bs.  Thanks, all.  

I love the Chia seed pudding idea.  With some yogurt, figs and blackstrap molasses, it sounds amazing.  

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9:00a Easter breakfast: Eggs over easy and turkey bacon, toasted bagel, 1/2 grapefruit

How is it that, every time I eat an egg and have this transcendental revelation about it, I forget until the next time? Only the taste can trigger it!


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11:30a: Greek salad with turkey.


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Some f us B s like a very varied diet, while others are happy to eat the same day after day.

Today at 8 I had banana, rosehip powder, yoghurt smothie.
A bit later i made a boiled egg and had some red peppers as well.


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2:30p Tuna salad open-faced on thin slice flaxseed bread.


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About 1:15: Salad, distinctive for including chopped turkey bacon and a finely crumbled blue cheese.


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My only contribution to the breakfast discussion can be that 99% of the time I eat two eggs for breakfast. Being a B, I of course vary the preparation a little bit but that's it in a nutshell: 2 eggs, some type of grain like spelt toast and a handful of fruit, usually berries plus a pot of green tea. Every day....  


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Breakfast varies for me: if not cereal (with almond milk), or oatmeal, sometimes it can be an omelette with toast, sometimes just a few glasses of almond milk, or other times just dried fruit. It depends on my mood.
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Speltpan cakes with banana and honey.
After I have been sick I have had a hard time to eat my beloved eggs, I wonder why   just dont feel like eating them like I used to.


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Speltpan cakes with banana and honey.
After I have been sick I have had a hard time to eat my beloved eggs, I wonder why   just dont feel like eating them like I used to.


I started out eating eggs, but gave them up for some years, but got back into eating them recently.
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2 yummy fried eggs and a toasted bagel with butter.
Mandarine sections.
Coffee.

All at 10am.


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Wow morning breakfast  

Well I am back on eggs
I just think it was a side effects from when I was sick with bronchitis and couldn't taste a thing  I didnt feel like eating them.
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This morning I had to eat a little bit of protein at 8:00 or so, because I had to take medication.  
I wasn't at all hungry.

Actually, there's a difference between eating something to protect the stomach from meds that harm its lining (this wasn't one of those) and meds that have other side effects that are strongly countered by having had a high-protein meal with/before it. But I just couldn't bring myself to eat such a breakfast this morning  . Shucks. I just had a little piece of sliced turkey, and, of course, I've been nursing my coffee w/cream.

It'll be awhile before a real meal, I think.
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Breakfast again!
Almond butter and bitter orange preserves on a toasted baguette: 9:40am!


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Well Yesterday I had cream cheese on rye crispbread - not the best for a B
- but my sisters fridge was very empty and I needed something !

Today homemade spelt croisseint with extra butter  and plum preserve and softboiled egg.


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10am: Coffee.
noon: one egg over (so simple - so delicious and satisfying) and toasted buttered bagel.


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11a: Haven't definitively decided what to call the breakfast into which I'm now digging.
Let's say it's a Modified Rösti, using leftover shoestring fries, and topped with eggs.


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11:30 Another a.m. breakfast. 2 over with a toasted buttered bagel and mandarin.


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Chuck steak, cauliflower, iced tea. A little later, a glass
Of milk  ...then too much coffee.
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Great can I come for dinner
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Fried eggs with cheese and red peppers- strong black tea.
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Henriette, you're welcome to come have dinner anytime

This morning I had store bought greek style yogurt with dewberries out in the garden with my cat Ronja watching the bees pollinate the cucumbers & yellow squash. Think l'll have another cup of coffee
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10:45a. One fried egg. Toasted buttered bagel, half with some bitter orange marmalade.
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I had asparagus from garden , scramble eggs and gouda around 7 - it was too cold to eat outside
but I have coffee right now under my huge old sweet cherry tree that is just white with flowers right now.


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Homemadeyoghurt,  1/2 a banana and handfull walnuts- strong black tea  but tasted lovely  


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4 fried eggs with sourcream,garlic powder,a little sea salt. Big glass of milk.
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8 00 black strong tea- yoghurt smoothie with homemade yoghurt, blueberries, banana and cream.kept me full to 14  


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Mid-morning: Coffee with cream.
Late morning: Green grapes.

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Bowl of oatmeal with some blackstrap molases, milk. Late morning.
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Im assuming most B's dont eat wheat or avoid it ? I only have one slice of wholemeal toast a day, I supposed I could try half of that.


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I had asparagus from garden , scramble eggs and gouda around 7 - it was too cold to eat outside
but I have coffee right now under my huge old sweet cherry tree that is just white with flowers right now.


That sounds good, so you dont eat bread or cereal?


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I keep my breads and pasta to a minimum.
I never eat wheat( except when I visit people) - I do have some spelt flour and a few times  I might bake with it.
Fine white spelt behaves very much like wheat but my tummy prefer it I can eat it a few times a week without getting pains while normal wheat upsets me very quick.
A cookie or a slice o wheat bread is ok- but if I add pasta on top I get severe pains and diarrea.

I used to be a vegetarian who had lots of wheat, rice and oats - but I realised years ago that I do better when I keep them away from my diet and use them as a special thing.
A BF without grains keeps my blood sugar stable and I eat better the rest of the day... less snacks and sweets
So I eat eggs and veggies 3-4 days a week In winter often almost everyday.
Full fat greek style yoghurt with fruit and nuts 2-3 a week.
and maybe a bread based thing on sundays like pancakes ore croissant but always made with spelt.
In summertime IF it is hot I might eat something like cheese, fruit( melons) and grainfree cripsbread( made with flax and nuts)


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