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Old 07-12-2011, 11:21 PM   #381
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Breakfast was butterbean soup and multi-grain crackers.
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Old 07-13-2011, 09:25 AM   #382
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Frosted mini wheats cereal with milk. A few fruit loops sprinkled on top.
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Old 07-13-2011, 09:31 AM   #383
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I seem to have forgotten to have breakfast! Just had coffee and cayenne lemon tea for my cold!
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Old 07-13-2011, 09:55 AM   #384
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A typical morning breakfast for me is 2 scrambled eggs with velveeta cheese on top and a sausage patty on the side. To drink I usually have one of crystal lights green tea with peach mango water flavor.
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:00 AM   #385
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I wanted a runny egg dagwood with cheese, sausage, onion, lettuce and tomato, but, I will go the healthy route and have a smoothie.
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:24 AM   #386
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Breakfast was butterbean soup and multi-grain crackers.

sounds like a breakfast i could really go for--next rainy day. butter beans are lima beans, right?
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:32 AM   #387
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MMMMM...breakfast is my favourite time for FOOD!!

Im addicted to poached eggs on grannary toast...runny eggs too, awh its bliss!!

BUT if im hungover and there happens to be left over pizza from my drunken feast nite before then i will microwave that and eat it...always satisfying with ketchup...

Fish :)
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Old 07-13-2011, 12:31 PM   #388
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sounds like a breakfast i could really go for--next rainy day. butter beans are lima beans, right?
Butterbeans are large limas, however, I like the canned version, it just isn't cooked enough for me, plus I really like the broth, so I usually add water (1/2 cup), lots of butter, garlic and minced onion and cook until the onion is done; then, I remove some of the beans, mash them and add them back to the beans.

This time, however, I had heated up a generic cream of chicken soup and it was really blah so I did my butterbean thing using the soup. It was tasty. I'll definitely do it that way again.
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Butterbeans are large limas, however, I like the canned version, it just isn't cooked enough for me, plus I really like the broth, so I usually add water (1/2 cup), lots of butter, garlic and minced onion and cook until the onion is done; then, I remove some of the beans, mash them and add them back to the beans.

This time, however, I had heated up a generic cream of chicken soup and it was really blah so I did my butterbean thing using the soup. It was tasty. I'll definitely do it that way again.
thank you, zee. i have your recipe written down, ready for action. to satisfy my immediate bean craving here's what i came up with this morning: steamed a pound of edamame in-the-pod, sprinkled them with flaked sea salt, poured 1/2 pound of the edamame into a bowl, and sat down with the bowl for one of my favorite peel and eat sessions. i added a loaf of bakery seminola bread, sliced thin, to be eaten plain, in between popping beans. this makes for a fun and satisfying meal--that is, after going back for the other 1/2 lb. of edamame pods....
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Old 07-13-2011, 06:51 PM   #390
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half a toasted bagel , egg, ham and strawberry jam.
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