Any ideas from the recent post the hairy-faced one (Stabby, the primal raccoon) posted on the board yesterday? Great article on the islanders of Vanuatu. Here's a sample of what they eat:
That Paleo Guy: The Diet and Lifestyle of the People of Vanuatu: Paleo in ParadiseBreakfast - Tea & starchy vegetables (slow cooked in coconut milk)
Lunch (if eaten) - Meat/Chicken/Fish with starchy vegetables. If a main lunch meal isn't eaten, then fruit and/or coconut is eaten throughout the day. Another alternative (described as the island equivalent of 2-minute noodles), is quick-cook cabbage with coconut milk.
Dinner - Meat/Chicken/Fish with green and/or starchy vegetables
The dinner menu would be a good breakfast option: Meat/Chicken/Fish with green and/or starchy vegetables
Just maybe scale it down a bit in quantity if you don't want that much early in the day. Say a few ounces of smoked fish—cold hot-smoked trout, for example, is great. With that you could have perhaps some steamed asparagus (with a knob of butter on that, so you get enough fat) and perhaps some sweet potato on the side. Or you could do, say, meat and greens and a piece of fruit.
If you can make, or buy, beet kvass, a small glass of that is quite nice in the morning, goes well with a lot of breakfast dishes, and has good bacteria.
You could also have a few nuts, or some nut milk, too. That's another option. But pre-soak the nuts in salted water for at least 7 hours first, as they contain lectins.