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What's For Breakfast Today?
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Piece of banana bread, Hormel sausage patty and coffee and cranberry juice.

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My new favorite late summer breakfast is:

ripe apricots, ricotta cheese, flax seeds and/or toasted pine nuts with just a drizzle of honey.

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My new favorite late summer breakfast is:

ripe apricots, ricotta cheese, flax seeds and/or toasted pine nuts with just a drizzle of honey.

I love that combo, too, but have not tried it with flax seeds (I love flax seeds). Also works very well with fresh figs. Alas - I can no longer have dairy but can dream about it...

I enjoy infusing honey with different flavours such as a bit of ground chipotle or lavender or rosemary or citrus on my fruit.

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I enjoy infusing honey with different flavours such as a bit of ground chipotle or lavender or rosemary or citrus on my fruit.

That sounds delicious! Chipotle infused honey with mangos - yum! I think you may have given me a gift idea for my husband's birthday. He loves honeys, and he loves chipotle - I know he'd be thrilled to eat them together.

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That sounds delicious! Chipotle infused honey with mangos - yum! I think you may have given me a gift idea for my husband's birthday. He loves honeys, and he loves chipotle - I know he'd be thrilled to eat them together.

Wonderful! I like to cook outside the box and infusing honey is such a simple way to add tons of interesting flavour.

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Strawberries, scrambled egg whites (I cheated with butter on them), oj, and hot tea.

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Peanut butter and jelly on toasted Udi's bread and a cup of tea

** I am reintroducing peanuts into my diet

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I got glutened, virused, or maybe it's my dumb period. I've been eating rice chex dry. Not the tastiest thing for sure! I will do better next week. With the cooler weather, Cream of Rice season is around the corner.

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Scrambled eggs with chives. Tomatoes from the garden. Cucumbers from a friend's garden.

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My husband found Blue Diamond's Almond Butter at the store yesterday so he put that and sliced banana on a plain rice cake for breakfast. Very boring, but kind of filling.

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Leftover pasta and veg with tuna. 'twas quite good.

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Blueberry, strawberry and banana smoothies with lactose-free yogurt, flaxmeal and cranberry juice. Nice start to the day! :)

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Walmart Brand lite Peach Yogurt, 1/2 banana, and some Adam's PB (I LOVE that they don't add sugar to it!!!)

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Choco Stars cereal and roasted golden plums with rosemary and sage (not all together! :lol: ).

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Cream of Rice cereal with raisins and brown sugar - coffee - cranapple juice

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Slices of grilled leftover steak, half a cup fo rice and a granny smith apple.

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Piece of homemade banana bread, coffee, cranberry juice and some grapes.

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More pasta and strawberries! Sort of atypical but who cares when you eat your pasta? :D

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I made some hummus this morning to go with my falafel chips; I also scrambled two eggs. An unlikely combination, I know.

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I gave my blender a workout and made a smoothie with rice milk, OJ, banana and strawberries.

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2 pieces of french toast made with Udi's bread and some pears.

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Cream cheese and lox on a Glutino bagel. Yum!!!

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I was so depressed at breakfast time today because I really felt like toast :( So I had a big spoonful of peanut butter and a cup of coffee. I have some gluten free muesli but it doesn't taste like muesli so I don't really want to eat it. I'm not used to how gluten free foods taste yet.

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Cream cheese and lox on a Glutino bagel. Yum!!!

OMG. I have to try that. I'd have to add capers or minced onions, but that sounds over the top good!

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