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    Bacon and farm raised eggs for me with a splash of Tabasco sauce!

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    Breakfast at noon will be left over steak and turkey eggs. Great stuff!

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    • #3
      Eggs, Bacon, Sweet Potato! Might as well mix it all up, right?
      M / 18 / 155 lbs / 5'9" / 12% BF

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      • #4
        I had omelette for my first meal of the day today!
        sausage, bacon, curly kale and ramiro pepper, with sweet potato chips (fries) on the side

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        • #5
          a huge bowl of gluten free oatmeal with real maple syrup, cinnamon, and kerrygold. 5 pieces of uncured bacon. some french pressed organic fancy coffee. not sure of the origin of this bag. a glass of orange juice. and a huge piece of "insidious weight gain"...NOT!

          it was delicious, but not my norm. usually I have 6 eggs scrambled with some veggies, some sort of bacon or sausage, and sometimes potatoes or sweet potatoes. and coffee, definitely coffee. I just felt like something different this morning.

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          • #6
            Half a kilo of angus steak, bag of sautéed mushrooms mixed with onion, tomato and spring onion cooked in grass fed butter!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by not on the rug View Post
              a huge bowl of gluten free oatmeal with real maple syrup, cinnamon, and kerrygold. 5 pieces of uncured bacon. some french pressed organic fancy coffee. not sure of the origin of this bag. a glass of orange juice. and a huge piece of "insidious weight gain"...NOT!

              it was delicious, but not my norm. usually I have 6 eggs scrambled with some veggies, some sort of bacon or sausage, and sometimes potatoes or sweet potatoes. and coffee, definitely coffee. I just felt like something different this morning.
              Tell me about the gluten free oatmeal, what is it and where'd you buy it? I have not had oatmeal in ages and wouldn't mind trying something oat-like.

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              • #8
                Two cups of black coffee. Don't normally eat till 11-12.

                Finally relief from a lifetime of eating too much food - two meals a day is fine for me.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by quikky View Post
                  Tell me about the gluten free oatmeal, what is it and where'd you buy it? I have not had oatmeal in ages and wouldn't mind trying something oat-like.
                  bob's red mill has a huge line of gluten free products. this kind of stuff isn't a staple for us, but more of a once a week deal during the cold weather months. I buy them at wegmans, but i'm sure most major grocery chains carry bob's red mill products

                  Gluten Free Rolled Oats :: Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods

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                  • #10
                    Garlic, butter, 3 eggs, pine nuts, avocado.
                    Black tea, honey & milk.

                    Quikky- Oatmeal is itself gluten-free (though it has cousin compounds that cause problems for some people). USA commodity oats are allowed to be shipped in the same containers that contained wheat, so it isn't gluten free (though under the new FDA guideline I presume it will be able to be labeled gluten free). Gluten free oats, therefore, are oats that come from Canada or, often, Ireland, where they are not permitted to be cross contaminated with wheat. That's all- it's not a processing thing.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by loafingcactus View Post
                      Garlic, butter, 3 eggs, pine nuts, avocado.
                      Black tea, honey & milk.

                      Quikky- Oatmeal is itself gluten-free (though it has cousin compounds that cause problems for some people). USA commodity oats are allowed to be shipped in the same containers that contained wheat, so it isn't gluten free (though under the new FDA guideline I presume it will be able to be labeled gluten free). Gluten free oats, therefore, are oats that come from Canada or, often, Ireland, where they are not permitted to be cross contaminated with wheat. That's all- it's not a processing thing.
                      It's also grown in rotation in the same fields where wheat is grown.

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                      • #12
                        my go to breakfast for work days, which is:

                        1/2 frozen banana, 8 oz coconut milk, greek yogurt, almond butter, 2 raw egg yolks

                        blend and drink
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                        • #13
                          beet, carrots and a small apple (all grated) with yoghurt, chia seeds, flaxseed oil (a few drops), mixed nuts and cinnamon.
                          Perhaps not the ideal pb, but taaastyyyy! Looking foward to my next breakfast tomorrow!

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                          • #14
                            coffee w/ cream and vanilla cream stevia ~ 2 cups most mornings

                            was going to grab a homemade one of these, Candice's Low Carb Chocolate Peanut butter Protein Bars : Breakfast Ideas Forum : Active Low-Carber Forums, on my way out the door this morning, but I forgot
                            Some people just need a sympathetic pat... On the head... With a hammer.

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                            • #15
                              A mug of espresso with a half tablespoon of coconut oil. "Lunch" will be the same except with two teaspoons of butter instead of the coconut oil. I pack most of my food in after 4-5pm.
                              "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

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                              Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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