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 Post subject: Breakfast (and strat's talk about Puffins)
PostPosted: Fri March 29, 2013 2:17 pm 
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What do you guys typically do for breakfast?

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Typically, I skip it. But when I don't, I like omelettes a lot


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Fruit, some kind of fiber bar thing that my wife packs, and water. Sometimes toast with it.

A few times a month I'll get a big greasy breakfast from the caf, but it usually makes me feel like a big bag of shit for a few hours.


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Fruit, peanut butter granola bar and 17 cups of coffee.


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Fruit, some kind of fiber bar thing that my wife packs, and water. Sometimes toast with it.

A few times a month I'll get a big greasy breakfast from the caf, but it usually makes me feel like a big bag of shit for a few hours.

:lol: I'm not a big fan of large breakfasts anymore either.
Today I had a smoothie - been trying out either a fresh juice or a smoothie for breakfast, it surprisingly keeps me feeling full until lunch. My trusty go-to breakfast of oatmeal now gives me heartburn so I need more ideas than just eggs :gomez:

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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durdencommatyler wrote:
Typically, I skip it. But when I don't, I like omelettes a lot

:thumbsup: Omelettes are the tits

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Plain old Cheerios. Everyday of my life. Well not everyday but most days. I prefer pancakes or eggs or stuff like that at dinner time.


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Chloe wrote:
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Fruit, some kind of fiber bar thing that my wife packs, and water. Sometimes toast with it.

A few times a month I'll get a big greasy breakfast from the caf, but it usually makes me feel like a big bag of shit for a few hours.

:lol: I'm not a big fan of large breakfasts anymore either.
Today I had a smoothie - been trying out either a fresh juice or a smoothie for breakfast, it surprisingly keeps me feeling full until lunch. My trusty go-to breakfast of oatmeal now gives me heartburn so I need more ideas than just eggs :gomez:

Oatmeal gives you heartburn? Damn.


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Fruit, some kind of fiber bar thing that my wife packs, and water. Sometimes toast with it.

A few times a month I'll get a big greasy breakfast from the caf, but it usually makes me feel like a big bag of shit for a few hours.

:lol: I'm not a big fan of large breakfasts anymore either.
Today I had a smoothie - been trying out either a fresh juice or a smoothie for breakfast, it surprisingly keeps me feeling full until lunch. My trusty go-to breakfast of oatmeal now gives me heartburn so I need more ideas than just eggs :gomez:

Oatmeal gives you heartburn? Damn.

Yeah, I can't eat oats at all anymore. Granola, granola bars, steel cut, oat bran, instant. I've even tried soaking them in yogurt overnight, doesn't help... my body hates them.

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Chloe wrote:
Yeah, I can't eat oats at all anymore. Granola, granola bars, steel cut, oat bran, instant. I've even tried soaking them in yogurt overnight, doesn't help... my body hates them.

Explosive diarrhea, gas or both? Maybe Doc should answer this one.


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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turned2black wrote:
Chloe wrote:
Yeah, I can't eat oats at all anymore. Granola, granola bars, steel cut, oat bran, instant. I've even tried soaking them in yogurt overnight, doesn't help... my body hates them.

Explosive diarrhea, gas or both? Maybe Doc should answer this one.

:lol:
Neither, just horrible heartburn.

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Depends on the day, but most of it its coffee and maybe some cereals.

Whenever im in a new country, most of the times im really surprised about they Breakfast.

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Chloe wrote:
turned2black wrote:
Chloe wrote:
Yeah, I can't eat oats at all anymore. Granola, granola bars, steel cut, oat bran, instant. I've even tried soaking them in yogurt overnight, doesn't help... my body hates them.

Explosive diarrhea, gas or both? Maybe Doc should answer this one.

:lol:
Neither, just horrible heartburn.


:oops: Oh yeah, I guess it helps to read.


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Depends on the day, but most of it its coffee and maybe some cereals.

Whenever im in a new country, most of the times im really surprised about they Breakfast.

What country has your favorite?

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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During the work week, I always start the day with a protein smoothie, usually with a different combo of fruit, protein, coconut milk, & pysillium husk powder. Sometimes, I'll add some black strap molasses.

On the weekends, its usually some form of cooked eggs & toast. And, when I'm feeling really ambitious, I'll make some awesome pancakes from scratch for the family. I'll probably do that this weekend.


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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turned2black wrote:
Chloe wrote:
turned2black wrote:
Chloe wrote:
Yeah, I can't eat oats at all anymore. Granola, granola bars, steel cut, oat bran, instant. I've even tried soaking them in yogurt overnight, doesn't help... my body hates them.

Explosive diarrhea, gas or both? Maybe Doc should answer this one.

:lol:
Neither, just horrible heartburn.


:oops: Oh yeah, I guess it helps to read.

;) I've had some food issues in the past, but it was mainly dairy that was a trigger. That was a big part of why I was vegan for so many years. Dairy doesn't bother me much now, but I don't eat very much at all.

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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Chloe wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
Depends on the day, but most of it its coffee and maybe some cereals.

Whenever im in a new country, most of the times im really surprised about they Breakfast.

What country has your favorite?


i had a great time in Brasil...they sure know how to eat.

Venezuela too.

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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VinylGuy wrote:
Chloe wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
Depends on the day, but most of it its coffee and maybe some cereals.

Whenever im in a new country, most of the times im really surprised about they Breakfast.

What country has your favorite?


i had a great time in Brasil...they sure know how to eat.

Venezuela too.

What's on their plates for breakfast, yo?
I haven't been out of the country much, Canada a few times and Ireland. Irish breakfasts are divine <3

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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I was never a big breakfast fan. Usually skip it. Sometimes I'll eat a bowl of cereal.

The only time I'll go out of my way to eat a big breakfast is when I'm abroad, staying in a nice hotel with access to a breakfast buffet. Guilty pleasure.

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast
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I skip breakfast most of the time. But when I make myself breakfast at home it's usually a breakfast sandwich.


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