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post #46 of 109
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Originally Posted by CFabian View Post

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.

 

Man, those Pop Tarts give me some killer indigestion, otherwise I'd eat em everyday :) 

post #47 of 109

Pop tarts may be quick, but healthy they are not. Try a granola bar instead. Still not the healthiest thing out there, but infinitely preferable to pop tarts.

post #48 of 109
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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.


I'm not sure on what it covers, but I can say that my allergies appear to be milder since I started using honey in my smoothies. Studies have been conducted that support this, but it doesn't work for everyone. It's worth a shot at least!

post #49 of 109

Breakfast.bmp

 

Nattou + raw egg + a bowl of rice = Perfect for me :)


Edited by KLS - 5/21/10 at 7:01am
post #50 of 109

I really like nattou, though there's really no reason to! It smells, the texture is slimy and nasty, there's no meat in it... yet hmmmm nattou.... hmmmm 


Edited by Ypoknons - 5/21/10 at 12:28pm
post #51 of 109

Frosted mini wheats

post #52 of 109

 

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Originally Posted by Ypoknons View Post

I really like nattou, though there's really no reason to! It smells, the texture is slimy and nasty, there's no meat in it... yet hmmmm nattou.... hmmmm 


LoL ^^

 

Just like some Durian in tropical countries!
 

post #53 of 109

Quick and easy and healthy instant breakfast for me would be either oatmal that you can just microwave and get it ready while you are readying yourself, or bananas that you can eat while you're walking on the way to wherever you are going.

post #54 of 109

Quaker Oat's 5 Minute Oatmeal microwaved takes 90 seconds. I put a little brown suger and milk on it. 

post #55 of 109


 

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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?


Please Doctor Ben, certainly the obvious  I thought , needn't be verbalised to this group ;)

 

 

Edit, simply for a "Time Stamp" check for accuracy ...


Edited by Hi-Finthen - 5/21/10 at 3:01pm
post #56 of 109

fried bananas -am all about it

post #57 of 109
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Originally Posted by HiGHFLYiN9 View PostMan, those Pop Tarts give me some killer indigestion, otherwise I'd eat em everyday :) 


Last time I had a poptart in the morning, I got a headache from all the sugar.

post #58 of 109
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Originally Posted by atbglenn View Post

Quaker Oat's 5 Minute Oatmeal microwaved takes 90 seconds. I put a little brown suger and milk on it. 


This or I mix together some muesli and cereal, or some vitabrits.

post #59 of 109

I like Yoplait yogurt. I sometimes mix in Emerald Cacao Roast almonds (especially good with cherry yogurt), or I crunch up a granola bar and mix it in. On weekends, I like Oatmeal Stout.

post #60 of 109

A banana and peanut butter sandwich deep-fried in lard. The breakfast of kings. 

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