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2009/07/26 17:40:14 (permalink)
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Breakfast

can you give me some ideas for a different breakfast as i need a bit of variety. what do you guys eat for breakfast? i have either scrambled egg and beans on toast or good old fashioned weetabix

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    brittas
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 18:03:44 (permalink)
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    Boiled eggs on toast for me.
     
    It means I can get things done while they cook!
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    Big M!
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 18:06:15 (permalink)
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    40g protein shake, 3 slices of toast, and an apple.
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 18:10:10 (permalink)
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    why does breakfast have to be certain types of food? eggs, toast, shakes, oats etc

    i often have chicken, turkey, fish, steak, pasta, rice etc

    dont let tradition or convention limit your food choices, eat what you like



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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 18:17:13 (permalink)
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    brittas

    Boiled eggs on toast for me.
     
    It means I can get things done while they cook!


    yeah i fancy that tomorrow make a change from scrambled cheers mate

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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 20:21:04 (permalink)
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    i had pasta and tuna today cos the cupboards were bare.

    only problem was stinking of fish at 10am
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 20:27:58 (permalink)
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    Tub of quark with a banana and mixed berries. Porridge with soy milk and cinnamon with a touch of blackstrap molasses or low sugar apple juice and cinnamon (courtesy of AnabolicJay)
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 20:47:28 (permalink)
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    theiopener

    Tub of quark with a banana and mixed berries. Porridge with soy milk and cinnamon with a touch of blackstrap molasses or low sugar apple juice and cinnamon (courtesy of AnabolicJay)


    dont know what quark is but im going to look it up sounds nice though with the fruit cheers mate

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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 20:50:26 (permalink)
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    theiopener

    Tub of quark with a banana and mixed berries. Porridge with soy milk and cinnamon with a touch of blackstrap molasses or low sugar apple juice and cinnamon (courtesy of AnabolicJay)


    ooops scrub that not sure i could stomach cheese first thing, but at least ive learnt something..

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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 20:50:40 (permalink)
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    Its a soft cheese, slightly tart. 30g of protein per tub, like very very thick yogurt. Pretty tasteless on its own really. Great with fruit though.


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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 21:15:27 (permalink)
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    theiopener

    Its a soft cheese, slightly tart. 30g of protein per tub, like very very thick yogurt. Pretty tasteless on its own really. Great with fruit though.




    looks good might give it go now ive seen the strawberries with it thanks

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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 21:46:41 (permalink)
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    Currently:
    2 scoops choc whey/casein blend
    50g peanut butter
    100g single cream
    4g fish oil

    Often had chicken/evoo/broccoli when off work though, i don't buy into the breakfast only foods either.

    Would usually have something like quark + oats + splenda if carbing it.

    Choc whey/casein + weetabix is nice.

    Granola is fantastic too, just buy the cheap supermarket brand ones usually called honey/oat/almond/raisin crunch. Side of quark + splenda or packet of options white choc. 
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/26 21:53:26 (permalink)
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    All4n

    Currently:
    2 scoops choc whey/casein blend
    50g peanut butter
    100g single cream
    4g fish oil

    Often had chicken/evoo/broccoli when off work though, i don't buy into the breakfast only foods either.

    Would usually have something like quark + oats + splenda if carbing it.

    Choc whey/casein + weetabix is nice.

    Granola is fantastic too, just buy the cheap supermarket brand ones usually called honey/oat/almond/raisin crunch. Side of quark + splenda or packet of options white choc. 


    sounds good

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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/27 09:12:58 (permalink)
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    I mix it up- I try not to have the same meal twice in a week.
    Takes a bit of planning but it is much better for me.

    This morning was a can of tuna, 1 cup of home-made leek and potato soup and 2 oat cakes. Yesterday was smoked salmon, couscous and a banana.
    Day before was scrabbled eggs with chives and pepper on one slice of granary, a few pecans and an apple.
    Before that was 150g of chicken breast, 2 oat cakes, small handful of almonds and some strawberries.
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/27 11:49:55 (permalink)
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    Normally 300G beef pattie with 3 whole eggs
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/27 12:00:00 (permalink)
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    I usually put milk, oats, a banana, honey and peanut putter into a blender. Tastes very nice and is quite filling too.
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/27 12:59:53 (permalink)
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    One tub of 1% fat cottage cheese on one wholemeal bagel with two slices of lean ham. Love it.

    Plus 2-3 fish oil caps
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/27 18:23:34 (permalink)
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    Protein powder
    Oats
    2 Banana's
    Peanut Butter
    Water

    Into a blender
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    Re:Breakfast 2009/07/27 18:33:37 (permalink)
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    lol, i have been eating 2 whole and 4 egg whites scrambled with 2 slices of dry granary toast and a whey shake for years...
    very occasionally i will treat myself to a bacon and *gasp* fried egg sandwich lol

    calm down, its life, mate, its only a game
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