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2005/08/02 12:17:25 (permalink)
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My new breakfast. Yum yum!!!

I got this idea from Ronnie Colemans video "Cost of Redemption". I got 3 whole eggs put them in a bowl with some skimmed milk and beat the contents with a fork. I then added 100g of oats and mixed it together. Then I took the mixture and put it in a hot frying pan for a few minutes just until the egg looked cooked. It actually tasted pretty good, plus it's full of good protein.
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    dirge
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/02 12:59:27 (permalink)
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    sounds a little like pancakes, throw some sugar free jam on there some splenda and you've got a pretty close match

    (maybe a good idea maybe bad, im not an expert on this stuff)
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/02 16:25:04 (permalink)
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    i thought Ronnie would have 5 whole eggs and 10 whites!
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/03 12:00:48 (permalink)
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    I got this idea from Ronnie Colemans video "Cost of Redemption". I got 3 whole eggs put them in a bowl with some skimmed milk and beat the contents with a fork. I then added 100g of oats and mixed it together. Then I took the mixture and put it in a hot frying pan for a few minutes just until the egg looked cooked. It actually tasted pretty good, plus it's full of good protein.


    lol...you forgot the cheese slices to go on top ...yum yum
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/04 14:25:04 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Dibber29

    i thought Ronnie would have 5 whole eggs and 10 whites!


    Possibly. But as I said, I got the idea from is video, didn't copy exactly what he did.
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/04 14:25:52 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: welsh flex

    I got this idea from Ronnie Colemans video "Cost of Redemption". I got 3 whole eggs put them in a bowl with some skimmed milk and beat the contents with a fork. I then added 100g of oats and mixed it together. Then I took the mixture and put it in a hot frying pan for a few minutes just until the egg looked cooked. It actually tasted pretty good, plus it's full of good protein.


    lol...you forgot the cheese slices to go on top ...yum yum


    Never though of that, I might have to ry it though.
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/04 14:35:05 (permalink)
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    Sounds great - I just tried it; didn't come out quite right. I'll try again tomorrow!

    "Seven years ago I was an interesting person. Now I'm little more than a corpse." Mussolini, 1945

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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/04 18:41:28 (permalink)
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    I do something like this but I add a couple of teaspoons of peanut butter and some banana to the mixture and stick it in the microwave. Sounds dodgy but tastes pretty good
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/04 20:25:21 (permalink)
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    Ronnie mixes grits and 2 cups of egg whites together

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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/04 21:02:09 (permalink)
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    yep, he sure does, and they have become a staple of mine. I used to eat grits all the time in the US. for those who do not know, the closest I can describe them is a savoury semolina. 10 egg whites, 2 x grits packs and an ounce of low fat cheese, yummy.

    you can buy grits online and in specialist food stores for around £3-4 a box. I buy quaker brand As I find then best. I do not like the flavoured varieties as they taste manufactured.

    trythis link: www.cybercandy.co.uk and type grits into the search bar.
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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/06 17:39:20 (permalink)
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    All good. Will try those pancakes tonight. Tried grits too, once you get your head round them its pretty good !

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    RE: My new breakfast. Yum yum!!! 2005/08/07 20:46:26 (permalink)
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    Grits is just Polenta, maize flour. You can make it wet or dry. Wet has a porridge like consistency, dry, you let it set, cut into slices, and then grill. I really like grilled polenta.
    post edited by Northern Rocker - 2005/08/07 20:48:25



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