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    Problem with my Primal Breakfast

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    Hello from France.

    a little question, for a breakfast, a hamburger with a fried egg is ok?
    And a soup (tomato, green pepper, cabbage, celery, onion...)

    I asked it because it my main problem with Primal, the breakfast.
    Eggs or frittata every morning are boring, smoothie are delicious but sometime not enough nutritious.

    Not a big fan of salad in the morning, and even the classical eggs and bacon are not enough some morning.

    Thanks for your answers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by docteurguillotine View Post
    Hello from France.

    a little question, for a breakfast, a hamburger with a fried egg is ok?
    And a soup (tomato, green pepper, cabbage, celery, onion...)

    I asked it because it my main problem with Primal, the breakfast.
    Eggs or frittata every morning are boring, smoothie are delicious but sometime not enough nutritious.

    Not a big fan of salad in the morning, and even the classical eggs and bacon are not enough some morning.

    Thanks for your answers!
    Absolutely - a burger with a fried egg is ok for breakfast. I love bacon/sausage with an egg combo - but i'll switch it up with omelets, egg cupcakes, and almond flour pancakes every now and then.

    You can have steak and eggs or left overs from dinner the night before. There are lots of options
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    voulez-vous dire du bœuf haché ou un hamburger avec un petit pain?
    I'm a paleo foodie, come check out my recipes: http://strangekitty.ca/

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    I happen to love eggs, so it's not too big of an issue for me. I prepare eggs with leftovers from the night before. Steak sliced up - quickly flashed in the pan, set aside...then prepared eggs however. I'm in California, so eating eggs with the always available salsas are great. Tomatio, salsa fresca, chipotle, or just a plain chile on the side adds flavor. I also do lots of veggies....so I'll quickly do some in the pan (bell peppers, squashes, onions, finely cut up cauliflower or broccoli, etc - whatever. Set them on the plate, then do my eggs whoever (scrambled, fried, poached). I also simply just dump the scramble mix of eggs right over the top of whatever and finish the cooking that way. Again, a side of salsa with that usually. Try any of the almond muffin recipes too! a couple muffins, smoothie (with the raw egg blended helps) and don't forget a dash of coconut oil. I find by adding/having that extra oil in with breakfast it "digests" more slowly so I don't feel hungry so quickly. I ate at 8:30 this morning, it's now 12:30, I"m going on a short mid day spin on my road bike (maybe 10-12 miles) and I still don't crave any food. I will take a handful of nuts, some coconut shavings, and maybe half an apple with me. As crazy as it sounds, I've been actually eating stir fry veggies and a meat for breakfast too. I'm turning the whole "breakfast" meal upside down and it's great. What's for breakfast? FOOD!

    Good luck in your lifestyle!

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    tu parles français Nion? Tiens je me sens moins seul
    non juste le steak haché, of course, pas de pain.
    I have to say that it pretty difficult to find almond flour in France...
    Thanks all for your answers, any more advice?

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    Hello from France.

    a little question, for a breakfast, a hamburger with a fried egg is ok?
    And a soup (tomato, green pepper, cabbage, celery, onion...)
    Mais oui!

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    en France primal c'est pas à la mode / in France primal is not trendy

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    Perhaps you can make it le dernier cri!

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    Quote Originally Posted by docteurguillotine View Post
    tu parles français Nion? Tiens je me sens moins seul
    non juste le steak haché, of course, pas de pain.
    I have to say that it pretty difficult to find almond flour in France...
    Thanks all for your answers, any more advice?
    Ah, oui un peu

    I wanted to clarify in French, in case it was a language thing. :P
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    Eat leftovers from dinner, that's what I do. Still getting used to eating steak for breakfast, but it fills me up nicely for the rest of the day.

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