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post #31 of 109
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bowl of nails with scotch


 

 

Bagel+cream cheese+easily disassembled fruit (banana being up there, but not to be outdone by the occasional orange)

post #32 of 109

orange in the bagel?

post #33 of 109

I stop by a bar on the way to the meeting and grab a strong cup of expresso and a croissant.

post #34 of 109

My daily smoothie recipe:

 

First add 1 6oz yogurt to blender (look for the ones without HFCS and artificial sweeteners)

Then fill to 2C line with juice/milk (I use Soy Dream Vanilla, yum!)

Toss in 1-2 Tb of flax seed and almond meal (recommended to grind the flax seed a bit since our bodies have a hard time breaking them down)

Add about 1 Tb of honey (use local honey to vaccinate against polens in your area)

fill yogurt cup twice with frozen fruit

Blend, enjoy!

post #35 of 109

Coffee....  I've never really eaten breakfast 

post #36 of 109

How quick are we talking here? If I'm in a huge rush I'll just pop a couple of Pop Tarts in the microwave for a few seconds. Not all that healthy, but as quick and easy as it gets.

post #37 of 109

Cereal w/ skim milk.

post #38 of 109

There's no real defined answer but IMO, the best thing to eat for breakfast is plants because it is the best thing for the human body. If you can find a quick way to eat plants for breakfast, that's the best thing for your body.

post #39 of 109

One bowl of Kelloggs Crunch with 2% low-fat milk, waiting one minute until texture is objectively perfect before consumption ...

 

post #40 of 109
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Originally Posted by Spareribs View Post

There's no real defined answer but IMO, the best thing to eat for breakfast is plants because it is the best thing for the human body. If you can find a quick way to eat plants for breakfast, that's the best thing for your body.


How convenient! I just happen to have plants right outside of my house.

post #41 of 109

In my youth, cold piece of chicken or pizza, a doob and a beer.

 

Today, when we do breakfast we make extra meat and biscuits and put them in the freezer. One minute for a fresh egg/ bacon or sausage on a biscuit in the microwave. Either a glass of juice or piece of fruit and water.

post #42 of 109


 

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Originally Posted by malldian View Post

orange in the bagel?


Sure, or on the side. Bagels don't care

post #43 of 109


 

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Originally Posted by floydenheimer View Post

Add about 1 Tb of honey (use local honey to vaccinate against polens in your area)


Does that provide some resistance to hay fever? I'm allergic to pretty much everything (grass, dust, mould, pet dander, pollen.) But my impression is that the pollen is the culprit during the hay fever months. Any relief from the sneezing, burning eyes, etc would be great.



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One bowl of Kelloggs Crunch with 2% low-fat milk, waiting one minute until texture is objectively perfect before consumption ...

 

 

So you are saying that your Cap'n Crunch is better after a short burn-in? Does the flavor get more open and transparent? Do you taste more detail in the flavor notes?


Edited by DrBenway - 5/21/10 at 1:15am
post #44 of 109

Home fries, scrambled eggs and buttered toast.

 

Not hugely quick, but if someone makes it for me while I'm getting ready to go somewhere, then I can eat the crap out of that stuff.

 

 

Usually what I have is just the buttered toast part.

post #45 of 109

1 liters of water.

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