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    Leptin Inspired Breakfast

    So starting the whole leptin plan after several months on overnight/all-morning IF quickly opened my eyes to just what 50 grams of protein really looks like. The first couple days I tried doing just eggs and - whew - that's a lot of eggs. One morning I just did a 6 oz steak. Then eggs + a 3 oz steak.

    But as budget-friendly as eggs are, steak not so much.

    So last night I thawed out some pork BBQ that I made last month. It's just pork roast (shoulder) slow roasted in apple cider vinegar and flake red pepper, pulled and chopped and doused in more vinegar and pepper flakes. Scramble some eggs in butter, tossing the BBQ in halfway to done.

    Seriously delicious 50 grams.

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    My family won't eat offal so I take the opportunity at breakfast. Cheap and full of protein, vitamins and minerals
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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
    My family won't eat offal so I take the opportunity at breakfast. Cheap and full of protein, vitamins and minerals
    Yep, my chicken liver pate has become one of my favorite breakfasts. And no cooking needed which is nice when the weather is hot.

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    i eat ground beef and eggs most mornings. fast and easy.

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    Normally, I eat at 9:30 a.m. but I thought, after all the leptin posts, that I'd give the early breakfast a try. I have to say, I didn't enjoy my eggs and sausage anywhere near as much at 7:30 this morning as I did at 9:30 yesterday.

    I guess I have to get back in the groove of eating early.
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    That does sound good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by belinda View Post
    I guess I have to get back in the groove of eating early.
    Took me a couple days.

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    I think the trick is making sure you follow the rules at both ends of the day. If I don't eat anything after 7pm, I'm ravenous when I wake up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NourishedEm View Post
    I think the trick is making sure you follow the rules at both ends of the day. If I don't eat anything after 7pm, I'm ravenous when I wake up.
    Yeah, I'd been doing that. I was just acclimated to my IF regimen. But it wasn't a hard adjustment after those first 2 days.

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