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    Hello,

    New to this primal way of living. Am looking for ideas for breakfast without eggs. I can only eat so many eggs a week and then I look for something else. Hoping to find something more primal than my sesame bagel and cream cheese.

    Thanks
    Ken

  • #2
    What's the basis behind the egg logic you are practicing?
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      • #4
        Break out of breakfast mode! Eat leftover pot roast and veg for breakfast. Have some bacon, sausage and a coconut milk/berry smoothie. Eat a Big A Salad with chicken breast on top. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination.

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        • #5
          Anything goes really as long as it's primal.

          Have you tried eating your eggs in an omelette with a few other ingredients, e.g. cheese, smoked salmon, bacon, ham, fried vegetables, fresh herbs. If you vary these you won't get so bored with eggs as easily as they won't be the star of the show as far as taste is concerned.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by StackingPlates View Post
            What's the basis behind the egg logic you are practicing?
            No logic, I only just like eggs to a point and then enough!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by paleo-bunny View Post
              Anything goes really as long as it's primal.

              Have you tried eating your eggs in an omelette with a few other ingredients, e.g. cheese, smoked salmon, bacon, ham, fried vegetables, fresh herbs. If you vary these you won't get so bored with eggs as easily as they won't be the star of the show as far as taste is concerned.

              Yes, thanks. I only enjoy eggs to a certain point and then enough! Love omelets, especially with fresh salsa but can't take so many eggs after a while.

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              • #8
                I am new to all of this, but I made some beef jerky and have that with some avocado........easy to grab on the run and so tasty

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                • #9
                  I posted this recipe in another area, but it answers your question too. I can't eat eggs on their own without feeling incredibly nauseous, so I usually have dinner leftovers, as some people have suggested already. However, my friend makes these paleo pumpkin muffins for breakfast. She said:

                  "I have one of these for breakfast heated in the microwave with raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. When I made them I didn't put the honey in and i found they tasted fine.

                  Pumpkin Paleo Muffins

                  1½ cups almond flour
                  3/4 cup canned pumpkin (or cook and puree pumpkin yourself)
                  3 large eggs
                  1 tsp baking powder
                  1 tsp baking soda
                  ½ tsp ground cinnamon
                  1½ tsp pumpkin pie spice
                  1/8 tsp sea salt
                  1/4 cup raw honey (optional)
                  2 tsp almond butter
                  1 Tbs sliced almonds

                  Instructions
                  Preheat oven to 350℉.
                  Coat 6 muffin tins with coconut oil (or use paper muffin cups and add 1/2 tsp melted coconut oil to batter).
                  Mix all ingredients and pour evenly into tins.
                  Bake for 25 minutes on the middle rack.
                  Sprinkle almonds on top immediately after taking them out of the oven."

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kkovak View Post
                    Yes, thanks. I only enjoy eggs to a certain point and then enough! Love omelets, especially with fresh salsa but can't take so many eggs after a while.
                    I see.

                    I suggest a traditional English fry-up, minus the non primal bits. Quality sausage or homemade patties, bacon, black pudding, tomatoes, mushrooms all fried in butter or lard in large frying pan. (I've left out the traditional fried egg, fried bread and baked beans for obvious reasons.)
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                    • #11
                      I found that a side of bacon cooked in coconut oil, followed by a green+berry+coconut milk smoothie would keep me full for over 7 hours.
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                      • #12
                        Eggs and bacon every morning does get boring after a while. You could try what I just made: Bananas fried in coconut oil with almonds and cinnamon. It's surprisingly filling.

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                        • #13
                          No oats oatmeal

                          Originally posted by kkovak View Post
                          Hello,

                          New to this primal way of living. Am looking for ideas for breakfast without eggs. I can only eat so many eggs a week and then I look for something else. Hoping to find something more primal than my sesame bagel and cream cheese.

                          Thanks
                          Ken
                          NO OAT OATMEAL"

                          1/4 cup walnuts
                          1/4 cup pecans
                          2 Tbs ground flax seed
                          1/2–1 tsp ground cinnamon
                          dash of freshly ground nutmeg
                          1/4 tsp ground ginger
                          1 Tbs almond butter
                          1 banana, mashed
                          3 eggs
                          1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk (add more if desired)
                          2 tsp pumpkin seeds
                          1 handful of fresh berries (optional)
                          Instructions
                          Add walnuts, pecans, flax seed and spices to a food processor and pulse mixture to a course grain (make sure to stop before it is ground into a powder). Set aside.
                          Whisk together eggs and almond milk until the consistency thickens and becomes a loose custard.
                          Thoroughly blend the mashed banana and almond butter together and add it to the custard, mixing well.
                          Stir in the course nut mixture.
                          In a medium saucepan, warm the mixture on the stove until the “no-oatmeal” reaches the desired consistency; this should only take a few minutes. Stir frequently.
                          Sprinkle pumpkin seeds and berries on top. Add more almond milk if desired.

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                          • #14
                            Fried hot or sweet Italian sausage with sweet potatoes. It doesn't get much better than that...unless you add peppers.
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                            • #15
                              I also get maxed out on eggs after 2 days per week. On weekends I will cook up a bunch of 4 oz grassfed beef patties, and throw them in the freezer. Pull out one and nuke it while peeling a carrot, breakfast in 1.5 minutes. Chicken legs are also good. One fantastic week I confited (not sure that is a word...) some turkey legs, and ate 1/2 a turkey leg for breakfast each day.

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