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Old 04-30-2011, 07:26 PM   #121
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O'kay, I am probably strange but absolutely love an omelette with sauteed mushrooms and fresh spinach.
Hey are you related to me? That is my favorite way to make an omelette just add a little parm to the top of mine,
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Old 04-30-2011, 08:19 PM   #122
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O'kay, I am probably strange but absolutely love an omelette with sauteed mushrooms and fresh spinach.
Actually, that sounds very good. I like omelets with roasted red peppers, asparagus and Hollandaise on top.
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Old 04-30-2011, 08:47 PM   #123
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Laurie, just got home from shopping for tomorrows dinner, I was amazed at the flours, mixes and things that are now gluten free. WOW....
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oh breakfast for me was juice a hugh bagel toasred and buttered.
Kades, yes the world is really opening up for people with food intolerances. Though I am finding there are many people who are not eating gluten by choice. I am kind of in the middle here. I do not have celiac disease like Tony, but I do find that if I take a GF day or two a week I feel much better for it. Just this week I helped two friends who have been diagnosed - one of the things I found so fulfilling about being a "special diets" cook - now I can do it just to help others out!
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O'kay, I am probably strange but absolutely love an omelette with sauteed mushrooms and fresh spinach.
Well, you are absolutely NOT strange because I am the third person to agree this makes an awesome omelet!
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Old 04-30-2011, 08:53 PM   #125
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Well, you are absolutely NOT strange because I am the third person to agree this makes an awesome omelet!
That's right, it's the rest of the world that is strange!


I like very thin omelets, not crepes but that thin, with butter and orange marmalade, rolled up and sprinkled with powdered sugar. And I've fallen in love with the Japanese Sweet Omelette.
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:34 PM   #126
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i make oatmeal really often, w/ a drizzle of cream swirled in & plenty of whole milk splashed on.
otherwise, a pear or an apple.
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Old 05-02-2011, 05:46 PM   #127
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Fiber one cereal & skim milk with coffee. Oh & 2 devils food fat free cookies from snackwells.
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Old 05-02-2011, 06:21 PM   #128
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good job simonbaker! i had one egg cooked in pam spray. one piece of rye toast with just a tiny smidgen of butter. just finished a strawberry soyjoy bar, found in cupboard clean out yesterday.
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Old 05-02-2011, 06:32 PM   #129
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good job simonbaker! i had one egg cooked in pam spray. one piece of rye toast with just a tiny smidgen of butter. just finished a strawberry soyjoy bar, found in cupboard clean out yesterday.
Good for you, Babe! I'm especially proud you waited until today to eat all of the soyjoy bar. Keep it up, I'm rooting for you!
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I had what I call my 'virgin mimosa' - it is a small glass of orange juice put in a big glass and filled with plain club soda. It gives me a large drink with all the sweetness and calories of straight OJ.

I also had a banana and half a bran muffin.
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