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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-31-2007, 09:38 PM Thread Starter
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Breakfast?

Fugit's tea thread got me thinking about breakfast for some reason soo..

Someone give me a breakfast to experiment with, Im sick of mine

I eat a single pancake with a little jelly and a side of 1 real egg + egg whites.
I cant stand eating oatmeal too often, and I don't know of anything else thats healthy other then egg whites and oatmeal.

I'm around 1500-2000 calories per day =\ usually on the low end with breakfast being the largest meal of the day.

Usually goes, said breakfast / 8ozChickbreast every 2-3 hours with a slice of wheat bread or two. / dinner is usually a subway turkey breast & ham or homemade chicken and pasta or something to that effect (trying to stay away from the pasta late at night though) I stop eating around 7. Bed at 10! I'm an old man

I think im sitting at like 60/30/10 protein/carb/fat wise.

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-31-2007, 09:42 PM
 
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You can do some pancakes or waffles with fresh fruit or quiche. Either make them from scratch, or get frozen to make it quicker.

Cereal

Toast with peanut butter

Yogurt

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Egg burrito

Couple scrambled eggs, whites if you like
pico de gallo (tomato, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, lime juice, s+p)
Wheat tortilla

Taste good, healthy enough, easy to make, portable.

You can change up the filling...

Tomato, Basil, fresh mozzarella = Italian
Feta, olives, oregano = greek
etc.

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Egg burrito

Couple scrambled eggs, whites if you like
pico de gallo (tomato, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, lime juice, s+p)
Wheat tortilla

Taste good, healthy enough, easy to make, portable.

You can change up the filling...

Tomato, Basil, fresh mozzarella = Italian
Feta, olives, oregano = greek
etc.

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coffee and kashii bar.

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Can't say how good it is for you but I usually go with one of the below.

Farina or oatmeal with a tablespoon of peanut butter/ banana, milk and coffee

cold wheat cereal with milk and coffee.

if I'm swamped I have a milk shake thing I can make really quick on my way out the door and have my coffee in a to go cup.

once in a while soyrizo (soy chorizo sausage) and eggs and a corn tortilla along with a grilled Japalino


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I usually work out in the morning....then I make my own smoothie. I use 1 cup of frozen fruit, 6 oz of orange juice, two tablespoons of fiber and 1/4 cup of bran. I find working out in the AM gets my body primed for burning more calories. On weekends I make oatmeal.....old fashion or steel cuts oats, those quick or instant oatmeal packets are crap. Old Fashion oatmeal can be made tasty by adding cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and mace, about 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and just a dash of the rest. I also add a handful of dried chopped fruits and if you like it sweet and a packet of Splenda to it. Never skip breakfast...it's the most important meal of the day! Also don't eat late...I try not to eat after 6 PM. When I'm sport touring, I have a huge breakfast...steak, eggs etc....I have a very light lunch...just fruit, so I don't get PMS (post meal sleepies) and a fairly light dinner.

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Honey nut cheerios, with a banana chopped up and soy milk. Oh and a few cups of coffee.




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I enjoy a whole wheat english muffin or a cup of plain cheerio's pretty much every morning with my shake. I'm very bland
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Egg burrito

Couple scrambled eggs, whites if you like
pico de gallo (tomato, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, lime juice, s+p)
Wheat tortilla

Taste good, healthy enough, easy to make, portable.

You can change up the filling...

Tomato, Basil, fresh mozzarella = Italian
Feta, olives, oregano = greek
etc.
I bet this tastes good !

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Honey nut cheerios, with a banana chopped up and soy milk. Oh and a few cups of coffee.
Soy Milk???? What you got somethin agianst cows Tony?


Small bowl of Frosted mini wheats and skim REAL milk. The fiber does wonders for ya.

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Soy Milk???? What you got somethin agianst cows Tony?

HDTonys sufferers a bit of the intolerance. to cure constipation all he need is a big glass of milk or a bowl of ice cream and he will be in the john all night.




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Potatoes O'brien with a kraft single on top and two eggs over easy on top of that. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Hmm...few different breakfast suggestions:

1. Switch to waffles.

2. Donut from Dunkin Donuts drivethru. Then cry inside as you get a follow-up from Krispy Kreme. By the time you get to the office say "F**k it" and have a handful of M&M's off that gal's desk who keeps the dish filled along with a cup of coffee. Come home, promise to eat better tomorrow, then repeat the process. Toss in intermittent crying in the corner of your room on days when you think it's all just closing in around you.

3. Yogurt and fruit.
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Cup of oatmeal with a tablespoon of protein powder and honey. Coupled with hard boiled egg whites.

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Tru dat...I mix in a T. of whey powder w/ just about anything, but it's real good in the oatmeal.

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...once in a while soyrizo (soy chorizo sausage) and eggs and a corn tortilla along with a grilled Japalino
where do you find soyrizo?


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where do you find soyrizo?
They have it at Jewel stores, in the produce section.
The things I have tried are soy cheese there and soyrizo.
I forgot which are the cheeses but they are ok.
The Soyrizo tastes really good, but I love Chorizo so maybe I'm biased

I think this is the stuff
http://www.melissas.com/catalog/inde...d=642&Info=YES

edit: some of those recipe's on the bottom of that page look good.


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They have it at Jewel stores, in the produce section.
The things I have tried are soy cheese there and soyrizo.
I forgot which are the cheeses but they are ok.
The Soyrizo tastes really good, but I love Chorizo so maybe I'm biased

I think this is the stuff
http://www.melissas.com/catalog/inde...d=642&Info=YES

edit: some of those recipe's on the bottom of that page look good.
I'll have to look for that. I love huevos con chorizo, but I'm sure the stuff is super bad for me.

My breakfast is usually a bowl of cereal (honey bunches of oats are my favorite), perhaps with some fruit and a piece of toast.

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You know what's weird? I cannot eat anything but hard boiled eggs (no bread) or fruit for breakfast -- otherwise, I get the shakes later on in the morning. If I eat cereal, oatmeal or a nutrigrain bar, it's like my blood sugar spikes, crashes, and I get cold sweats and start to shake. Weird, huh? Simple sugars in the AM really mess me up.

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Cup of oatmeal with a tablespoon of protein powder and honey. Coupled with hard boiled egg whites.

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I tried some of that this morning, was very good

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