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  1. #41
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    LOL! Its more like "What CAN'T we eat for breakfast?" Its easy, fruit, veggies and meat, all the time.
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  2. #42
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    The idea that there have to be "breakfast foods" and "lunch foods" and "dinner foods" is one of the many bits of conventional wisdom that have made us fat.

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    Breakfast for me tends to be two slices of pork belly (although I'm awaiting feedback on whether that's excessive). Lunch is salad with either leftover meat or salmon from night before, or some chorizo. I work an office job Mon-Fri so need something I can transport in Tupperware - fortunately, we have a fridge in our office.

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    My favorite breakfast is frittata (lots of veggies and eggs and meat), baked custard fresh from the oven, and maybe waffles once a month, but definitely instate "Frittata Friday" for yourself! It's a good tradition to have.
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    I like bacon and eggs (the popular favorite ) or sometimes I make a sweet potato hash by frying up some ground meat and sausage spices, caramelizing a diced onion then adding a cubed sweet potato (or carrot, parsnip, pumpkin, turnip, or winter squash) followed by whatever veggies I have on hand. I finish it with a few chopped nuts and sweet spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg) and maybe a few bits of fruit.

    Of course, sometimes if I'm not in the mood to cook, I just grab some cold meat and or leftovers from the fridge or maybe a piece of fruit and a handful of nuts. Or I might make a green smoothie with a coconut or nut milk base, adding mild green like spinach and whatever fruit sounds good with it.

    Other times, I just have my coffee (with or without coconut milk as my mood and hunger dictate) and have a really solid lunch later.

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    I made some pork patties to heat up for breaky yesterday. Just got ground/minced pork and added some onion, garlic, chilli, cumin, paprika, parsley + salt n pepper. Mixed it well, cooked it up in a patty shape and my god its yummy. I reckon next time I will make them a sausage shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenzington View Post
    Making your own sausage is so damn easy and so much better than buying the packaged stuff. I make mine with Bison! Though I've dabbled in chicken and pork too.....
    +1 its TOO EASY!! Made 3 pounds this weekend to have in the freezer for the coming week.
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