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Old 04-06-2013, 09:09 AM   #3451
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life careal w skim milk, coffee/creamer & part of a cinnamon roll.
Where's your protein, SB?
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:10 AM   #3452
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I'm having the "test" breakfast I'm thinking about for the challenge, if there is one. Sorry, no pics, but it involves spinach, scrambled eggs, jalapeno peppers, and .... not telling.
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:19 AM   #3453
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Where's your protein, SB?
Just in the milk this morning. I still have no voice with a bad sore throat, not much ambition for having anything else this morning, maybe later. Thanks for your concern, much appreciated.
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:28 AM   #3454
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Just in the milk this morning. I still have no voice with a bad sore throat, not much ambition for having anything else this morning, maybe later. Thanks for your concern, much appreciated.
Make sure you keep that protein in your breakfast.

Sore throat? Get to you doctor immediately. If it is an infectious sore throat, it is cause to postpone your surgery.
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I called the doc yesterday morning. He prescribed some biaxin for the next 5 days. Last night I lost my voice & still have not gotton it back. I am just praying that surgery doesn't get prolonged any longer.
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Old 04-06-2013, 05:59 PM   #3457
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I'm having the "test" breakfast I'm thinking about for the challenge, if there is one. Sorry, no pics, but it involves spinach, scrambled eggs, jalapeno peppers, and .... not telling.
I've been so busy filling out the adoption application to adopt Snip, and didn't hear back whether we are doing a challenge re: breakfast, this is what I had:
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I added left-over roasted fresh green beans & jalapenos to my scrambled eggs and topped it off with some crumbled cojita.

I made some killer steel cut oats last weekend using pumpkin and almond milk and that's what I had for breakfast during the week.
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Old 04-06-2013, 06:31 PM   #3459
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I added left-over roasted fresh green beans & jalapenos to my scrambled eggs and topped it off with some crumbled cojita.

I made some killer steel cut oats last weekend using pumpkin and almond milk and that's what I had for breakfast during the week.
Sounds great! How did you incorporate the pumpkin with the steel cut oats?
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Old 04-06-2013, 06:33 PM   #3460
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I've been so busy filling out the adoption application to adopt Snip, and didn't hear back whether we are doing a challenge re: breakfast, this is what I had:
This is a wholewheat popover topped with Canadian bacon, some grated swiss cheese, spinach, scrambled egg, and then some more cheese, jalapeno pepper, and spinach. I was going to do this for my entree for the breakfast challenge...but that doesn't look like it is happening.
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