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Old 07-17-2013, 09:02 PM   #4011
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I always have oatmeal.
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:27 AM   #4012
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We have it a lot in Winter, nice and warming
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:21 AM   #4013
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I had a kimchi omelet, and a leftover baked potato, sliced and fried.

We're leaving for vacation Sunday, so I'm in fridge clean-out mode.
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Old 07-18-2013, 03:42 PM   #4014
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Have a great vacation Steve! Wanna tell us where you're going?

I've been on a watermelon-blueberry kick lately. Gotta get them while they're in season. Had a side of cottage cheese. Even though it's mid-afternoon now I'm thinking about a slice of toasted raisin bread since I didn't have a starch at breakfast..and I'm getting a touch hungry. Which might equal grumpy. Better have the toast for Himself's sake.
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Old 07-18-2013, 05:09 PM   #4015
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I had a kimchi omelet, and a leftover baked potato, sliced and fried.

We're leaving for vacation Sunday, so I'm in fridge clean-out mode.
Have a lovely time away Steve

Where are you going?
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Old 07-18-2013, 05:15 PM   #4016
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I had some weetbix bites this morning
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Old 07-20-2013, 07:00 PM   #4017
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Eggs on toast
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:27 PM   #4018
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You need more protein!
That's been my usual breakfast lately, it's a quick thing to eat as I'm getting ready for work. There are 11 grams of protein in the yogurt, then I usually have some fruit mid morning for a snack. Thanks for noticing though!

Today I did not do so well with 1/2 caramel roll, greek yogurt & coffee.
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Old 07-21-2013, 07:24 AM   #4019
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That's been my usual breakfast lately, it's a quick thing to eat as I'm getting ready for work. There are 11 grams of protein in the yogurt, then I usually have some fruit mid morning for a snack. Thanks for noticing though!

Today I did not do so well with 1/2 caramel roll, greek yogurt & coffee.
What I had for breakfast this morning was high protein, and super fast to prepare. I took a well-seasoned cast iron pan (8 inch) and put it over a medium flame. I walked to the fridge and removed 2 large eggs. I placed about a tsp. of butter into the pan and swirled it around as it melted. I added a sprinkling of salt and pepper to the pan, then gently broke the eggs into it. I let the eggs cook for about a minute, then added about 2 tbs. of water and covered everything with a lid. Cook for another minute or so and top a piece of toast with the eggs. They were pink on top, with the whites cooked through. This method makes a very tender, and well seasoned egg that is so pretty on top. The pepper and salt are on the egg bottom.

If you're looking for a quick, protein-rich breakfast, this one is sure to please.

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What I had for breakfast this morning was high protein, and super fast to prepare. I took a well-seasoned cast iron pan (8 inch) and put it over a medium flame. I walked to the fridge and removed 2 large eggs. I placed about a tsp. of butter into the pan and swirled it around as it melted. I added a sprinkling of salt and pepper to the pan, then gently broke the eggs into it. I let the eggs cook for about a minute, then added about 2 tbs. of water and covered everything with a lid. Cook for another minute or so and top a piece of toast with the eggs. They were pink on top, with the whites cooked through. This method makes a very tender, and well seasoned egg that is so pretty on top. The pepper and salt are on the egg bottom.

If you're looking for a quick, protein-rich breakfast, this one is sure to please.

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Sounds good, but egg yolks cause me great pain, not sure why but I feel very sick after eating the yolks. The whites do not bother me. Sometimes for lunch I will make 4 egg whites into a sandwich.

Sunday morning (today) my weakness always goes back to 2 bakery fresh donuts with coffee.
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