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What's For Breakfast Today?
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I had leftover steak, thoroughly heated and placed on Genius sandwich bread, sprinkled cheese over it. I also had an apple and a brownie I made from an (obviously) gluten-free mix: because I have a chocolate problem.

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Raspberry and peach smoothie. I'm on such a smoothie kick at the moment.

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This morning was egg salad and an orange

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We had scrambled eggs with sauted shallots, diced tomato and gouda cheese served with crispy bacon, a toasted Against the Grain roll and a side of fresh pineapple. It was the bomb. I think I'm gonna try congee (brown rice though) in th little crock pot tonight, thanks for that link.

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We had scrambled eggs with sauted shallots, diced tomato and gouda cheese served with crispy bacon, a toasted Against the Grain roll and a side of fresh pineapple. It was the bomb. I think I'm gonna try congee (brown rice though) in th little crock pot tonight, thanks for that link.

Let me know how the brown rice works. I am trying to get away from white rice but I am unsure how it would work for congee.

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We had scrambled eggs with sauted shallots, diced tomato and gouda cheese served with crispy bacon, a toasted Against the Grain roll and a side of fresh pineapple. It was the bomb. I think I'm gonna try congee (brown rice though) in th little crock pot tonight, thanks for that link.

Yay! Someone is trying it! I never get tired of it because there are so many different ways to serve it up.

Your breakfast sounds fab; when my stomach is more settled again, I'll try that.

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pumpkin puree with maple syrup.

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Potato spaghetti with sundried tomato sauce. Nectarine.

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A waffle, chocolate, and two apples.

Come on....it's Sunday.

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Homemade ham, sundried tomato and cheese muffins.

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Yay! Someone is trying it! I never get tired of it because there are so many different ways to serve it up.

Your breakfast sounds fab; when my stomach is more settled again, I'll try that.

I did try Congee, it was good. I had it savory one morning and sweet the next.

It came out too thick though. I used one cup of brown rice and six cups water in the little crock pot. I had DP dump the remainder of the Congee in the compost bin today and he asked me if that stuff was Gorilla Glue or what?!? (He's a whiner.)

I think 8 cups of water to 1 cup brown rice in a crock pot would work. I might try congee with black rice, that would probably be really good with a poached egg and hot sauce. :D

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Home made bagels with cream cheese.

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Big ol' plate of scrambled egg fry up. Potatoes, onion, chili peppers, zucchini, tomato, eggs, cheese, topped with avocado and yogurt.

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Today was a gluten-free Honeybar, and an apple. Filling. Quick and easy.

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Pumpkin fudge.

wait....that was dinner too...

maybe that's why I have this sugar hangover headache. :ph34r:

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Strawberry and Mango Smoothie (it's my favourite way to get calcium naturally)

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Honey'd Chex and an apple.

*sigh* Chex. It's becoming sickly.

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one quesadilla made with fresh tortillas from fresh masa, no MaSeCa.

one "pear banana" (never saw one before so I just had to buy it) with plain full-fat yogurt.

Small shot of tequilla cause I'm still stomach sick from some bug I must have picked up while travelling (seems like Quintana Roo's bugs like my blood type :angry: )

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Small shot of tequilla cause I'm still stomach sick from some bug I must have picked up while travelling

:huh::blink: :blink:

tequila helps?

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Honey'd Cex: THE BOX I FINALLY FINISHED!!!

Gluten-free Honeybar.Sliver of left-over Shepherd's Pie, and a homemade peanut-butter biscuit! A healthy one, full'a protein and good fats to keep me full!

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:huh::blink: :blink:

tequila helps?

I use scotch on an empty stomach. Shocks the stomach into behavin; :ph34r::rolleyes:

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Home made bagels with cream cheese.

How horrible were they to make? How good did they turn out? Please provide details!!!! :D Would you make them again? I've checked out the recipes and always chickend out, so I'm curious.

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How horrible were they to make? How good did they turn out? Please provide details!!!! :D Would you make them again? I've checked out the recipes and always chickend out, so I'm curious.

What recipe did you use? I want to know details, too. My recipe turns out delicious bagels.

Marilyn, they are worth making!

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Homemade dinner rolls grilled with ham, Provolone, blueberry ketchup I made yesterday and spicy mustard we brought back from Croatia.

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Nature's Path Buckwheat waffles and turkey bacon :) Just popped waffles in the toaster.

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