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Old 10-24-2012, 08:57 PM   #2061
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Yesterday (Tuesday) I had raspberry white chocolate mousse for breakfast. It was left over from a cake I did on the weekend and needed to be eaten because of the whipped cream. It was pretty good!

Today I only had a banana and some canned sparkling water.
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:23 PM   #2062
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Two poached eggs, kale, and wild rice. I find eating protein in the a.m. works for me. I have to figure out what "greens" I will eat come winter...broccoli?
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:15 PM   #2063
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this morning it was just me, my knife, salt and pepper grinder and one whole english cucumber. (burp)
Sounds like my kind of breakfast!
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Sounds like my kind of breakfast!

hey, chopper--i love that kind of cucumber breakfast validation!
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:25 PM   #2065
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Two poached eggs, kale, and wild rice. I find eating protein in the a.m. works for me. I have to figure out what "greens" I will eat come winter...broccoli?
Maybe thin slice the broccoli to alter the texture a bit! Didn't you freeze any kale or spinach?

I'm thinking about spinach and lentils as a change for breakfast for a bit. Oatmeal is getting boring.
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:43 PM   #2066
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Maybe thin slice the broccoli to alter the texture a bit! Didn't you freeze any kale or spinach?

I'm thinking about spinach and lentils as a change for breakfast for a bit. Oatmeal is getting boring.
I have found my new latest "green" - "shaved" brussel sprouts! They were out for Canadian Thanksgiving and I made a slaw, sauted them with apple, bacon and craisins, and they would work well! I have since found them in a salad mix with kale and other "super foods".

I am wishing I had more raspberry white chocolate mousse for my breakfast tomorrow, but it is all gone.
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Old 10-25-2012, 12:23 AM   #2067
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I have 6 bags of spinach in the freezer. They are the fresh baby spinach and were on sale about a month ago for real cheap. I bought as many as I could get in the freezer and have been having nice spinach dishes.
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Two poached eggs, kale, and wild rice. I find eating protein in the a.m. works for me. I have to figure out what "greens" I will eat come winter...broccoli?
That sounds lovely CWS
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Inkomasi again, darn I love this stuff!
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Maybe thin slice the broccoli to alter the texture a bit! Didn't you freeze any kale or spinach?

I'm thinking about spinach and lentils as a change for breakfast for a bit. Oatmeal is getting boring.
I have frozen, but it isn't the same...I also have tons of frozen bok choy. Spinach bolts so quickly, I generally don't plant a lot of it and so eat it fresh. I do have lots of chard and kale still in the garden...it will continue until almost Christmas.
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