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What's For Breakfast Today?
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Hashbrown omlet with a banana

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Maybe a hamburger, if I have time, otherwise something at work.

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Leftover chicken.

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As dull as it gets - gluten-free Choco Stars cereal. Am going to have fresh nectarines and yogurt for a snack, though. And dinner will be yummy...

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homemade waffle from the freezer - toasted with butter and strawberry jam and coffee (someone on here calls coffee the devils brew. I am starting to agree. Makes my stomach burn!) Tomorrow, I am going to have juice or hot tea.

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I had cauliflower cooked in pork drippings, with fresh avacado sliced on top. Ginger tea to drink. (just hot water with fresh ginger in it).

Everyone else had fried eggs, but my son also had a leftover pork chop and avacado.

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breakfast was a sausage patty and a cup of black tea :)

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2 boiled egg whites..I'm so boring! I'm out for summer break now, so I hope to eat better!

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I had a bowl of rice chex and cantaloupe and some coffee

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I had a bowl of pureed carrot and kale chicken soup with homemade greek-style yogurt on top. Also, a cup of ginger tea.

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I had a bowl of pureed carrot and kale chicken soup with homemade greek-style yogurt on top.

this actually sound quite good :)

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I started working midnights this week so my breakfast is at dinner time :blink::lol:

Today I had gluten-free hard salami,provolone cheese broiled until the cheese melted ( browned just a bit :P )and then topped with lettuce ,onion and homemade Italian dressing :D

edit to add** and yogurt for dessert,, I am kinda of doing a dairy challenge :D

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fish flavored eggs

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today I had leftover roasted red potatoes and steak.

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I havent had breakfast yet today :huh: trying to think of something to have.maybe I will just have some yogurt

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I WAS going to have a fruit smoothie. After adding everything to the blender, I turned on the blender and it didn't work. Kaput. So, I have a dead blender on my hands but thankfully my new gluten-free Chex cereal came through for me! :lol:

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The kids scrambled eggs with beet greens. I had leftover chicken & veggie soup.

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multimineral supplement

magnesium supplement

strawberries

blueberries

this odd mixture called chia goodness, that is sort of like trail mix made with with seeds and a little fruit, that i picked up at a marshall's of all places, because it doesn't require heat to "cook"

I'm kind subbing it for muesli, which was my old summer breakfast when there was masses of good fruit around.

At work, black tea.

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Corned beef and potato hash with a scrambled egg poured over it.

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Left over roast beef with beet greens from the garden. So good!

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Grilled shrimp with spinach cooked in a 3 egg omlette with shredded American cheese. I am proud to say that was my first time making it and it was delicious.

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Grilled shrimp with spinach cooked in a 3 egg omlette with shredded American cheese. I am proud to say that was my first time making it and it was delicious.

I have a carbon steel omelette pan, cost ~$15. A little cooking spray and omelette fly off with no egg left behind. In the AM I'm whipping up a 3 egg omelette with artichoke hearts and sharp cheddar, followed by an apple and a Greek yogurt when I get to work. Yum!

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I'm going to make some hard boiled eggs... I'm really new and still learning..

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I had a piece of banana bread that I made with Betty Crocker gluten free yellow cake mix and a cup of coffee and a glass of Lactaid whole milk.

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I just finished eating almond butter toast and grazed on some cranberries. Oh yeah and my coffee, on my second cup of that! YUM!

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