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    Quote Originally Posted by j3nn View Post
    Your menu rocks!


    Not so creative today; plain rolled oats (I eat oats regularly) in milk with frozen berries, some coffee/cream, perhaps a boiled egg. Simple simple. Lunch will probably be a couple more eggs with whatever I can scrounge out of my fridge to take with me to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmyurich View Post
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    Black tea with salt and butter, 2 eggs and 1/2 cup egg whites and about a tbsp of coconut oil.
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    Bacon. Kraut salad w/caraway seeds. Chicken broth.

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    4 eggs cooked in butter, 4 links of sausage, 1 glass of iced tea. As usual, every morning.
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    I had a greek salad with chicken gizzards on top. I cooked a whole package of gizzards in the crock pot overnight, then fried them in olive oil and garlic this morning. Then I brought them to work in a thermos with some vinegar added. I poured the whole thermos over the salad. The cooking oil and vinegar became the dressing and the gizzards made the salad a real meal. Cooking the hell out of the gizzards actually made them edible. I'll probably get gizzards again. They're pretty cheap.
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    Today I made the Buttery Eggs & Leeks from the PB Quick & Easy Recipe book... YUUUMMM!
    And it was super easy, really.
    If you had told me 3 months ago I'd eat leeks for breakfast, I would have laughed pretty hard
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    Quote Originally Posted by froggie View Post
    Today I made the Buttery Eggs & Leeks from the PB Quick & Easy Recipe book... YUUUMMM!
    And it was super easy, really.
    If you had told me 3 months ago I'd eat leeks for breakfast, I would have laughed pretty hard
    I've made that! It was great!! Also, I agree about the leeks. It was the first time I'd ever actually had them. I also very much like the berry 'pancakes'.

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    Liver fried in coconut oil, a medly of carrots,cauliflower and brocolli with sea weed and 5 prunes. Yeah I am weird :-)

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    Today I had a Greek Salad with a can of sardines in olive oil and balsamic vinegar for dressing.
    Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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