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(08-03-2017, 05:20 PM)Freddy Wrote:
(08-03-2017, 03:21 PM)ShadowsDad Wrote: This morning egg and pork fried rice. It might not be what one thinks breakfast should be, but it works for me and uses up leftovers.

It sounds good to me, Brian.  Besides, is it any more unusual than folks who eat a slice of cold pizza for breakfast (and, yes, I have done that)? Big Grin


Cold pizza and a cup of black coffee...a fantastic start to a day Happy2

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#12

Member
Russia.


Green apple, red apple, pear, banana, ground cinnamon, walnut, honey, sesame,lemon juice.


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#13

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
(03-28-2019, 03:50 AM)Avgusto Wrote:


Green apple, red apple, pear, banana, ground cinnamon, walnut, honey, sesame,lemon juice.


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looks pretty interesting!

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#14

Merchant
Central Maine
Dittos Andrew. It looks like a very healthful breakfast Avgusto. Heck, even I could eat that with the strict diet that I'm on!
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#15

Merchant
Central Maine
(This post was last modified: 03-29-2019, 02:50 PM by ShadowsDad.)
"Sigh"

A piece of toast w/homemade w'w' bread & tub margarine, no fat strawberry yogurt, some lowfat low sodium swiss cheese (Finlandia LITE which is actually quite good).

Such is life. But I want to lose another 30 pounds (roughly 15 kg).

I get my 2 eggs for the week sometime this weekend. I'll cook up some more bacon (cherry smoked) and have a slice or 1.5 slices with it, of course some toast.

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#16

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
(03-29-2019, 02:49 PM)ShadowsDad Wrote: "Sigh"

A piece of toast w/homemade w'w' bread & tub margarine, no fat strawberry yogurt, some lowfat low sodium swiss cheese (Finlandia LITE which is actually quite good).

Such is life. But I want to lose another 30 pounds (roughly 15 kg).

I get my 2 eggs for the week sometime this weekend. I'll cook up some more bacon (cherry smoked) and have a slice or 1.5 slices with it, of course some toast.

You know, Brian, your toast, no fat strawberry yogurt, low fat/sodium Finlandia actually sounds pretty darn good.  I usually have nothing but coffee in the morning.  A full breakfast is a rare treat, usually when I have a guest and we decide to go out for a morning meal.  Every once in a while, though, a simple slice of toast and/or some no fat yogurt is just what I want because it’s tasty, I don’t feel stuffed, and it doesn’t trigger my appetite to eat throughout the day, which a full meal does.  The only thing I might change is a bit of butter for the margarine ( but then, I don’t know what your doctor might have suggested).
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Merchant
Central Maine
The nurses suggest butter instead. I'm still doing research. But the tub margarine has no trans-fats and is generally considered safe.
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#18

Member
Virginia
This or some variation is my daily breakfast:

Scoop of rolled oats
Sprinkle of dry roasted pecans, unsalted
Sliced banana or dried blueberries
A few good shakes of cinnamon
Squirt (about 1 tbs) of flax seed oil, but only when eating breakfast at home
Room temp filtered water

Mix together, no heating, I like it "cold".



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#19

Member
West Coast USA
Eggs, smoked salmon, and coffee.
#20
This morning a half of an onion bagel toasted with Olio and Smuckers Apricot Preserves along with a cup of Donut Shop coffee (w/ a touch of skim milk) made in the Kuerig.


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