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Hi readers and field editors,
It's not uncommon to eat beans for breakfast in England, or wake up to smoked fish in Israel. What do you say, would you try these in the a.m.? What are some unusual things you eat in the morning?
I don't eat regular breakfast foods very often. Mostly I'll have a half of lunchmeat sandwich, or soup [almost always have some type of soup in fridge], or left overs from day before. Fruit salad or vegetable salad if there's any already made. Every now and then I do like to have some eggs, oatmeal, french toast or other breakfast foods. My poor husband usually has to fend for himself at breakfast time! Thank goodness that he doesn't mind.
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NO on the fish...I don't like it....and beans...again NO...maybe with a burger or something like that but not for breakfast....
I normally eat high fiber cereal for breakfast...but have been known to enjoy leftover tacos and pizza for breakfast...
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Yes, I'd happily try them if prepared by my hostess. I have eaten home-smoked salmon along side a toasted whole grain bagel with cream cheese for breakfast a few times, very, very yummy!
I'm like Shelley. I like high fiber cereal or scrambled egg beaters with turkey sausage. I have seen baked beans on some of our cruises but I have never eaten them for breakfast. In the past I have eaten pizza but that is rare. (It is good the next morning!!)
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I think my all time favorite breakfasts were on the balconies of a sun-bleached hotel in southern Turkey, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea: black olives, goat cheese, figs, Turkish bread toasted slathered with homemade butter, and orange marmalade.
Today, I usually just have multigrain whole wheat toast and coffee.
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hmmm...guess I'm weird cause I had chicken stir fry for breakfast today.
No, Carole, not weird.... you are in tune with your needs. I find that when I eat meat in the morning, I have more energy all day, and I don't get hungry for lunch at 10 in the morning. Go for it. My grandfather, who lived to be 97 had some form of meat for breakfast every day of his adult married life - usually ham, but sometimes chicken sausage, and potatoes, and usually a couple of eggs. He was a farmer and needed that fuel to keep him going to lunch.
If I were not trying to watch a few diet concerns, I'd be having stir fry or pizza or steak for breakfast every day.
hands down Pizza for me as well. I too have seen those items on cruise breakfast buffets as well.
They also offer broiled Tomatoes, Pates' and Luncheon meats. And I always indulge in the Bologna. And the Tomatoes are wonderful !
The worst unbreakfast grab for ! left over Hoagie !
Normally its Fruit Cups, Low fat yogurt or Cottage Cheese. Love Multi Grain Cheerios.
I eat typical food for breakfast. Eggs, a bagel thin, hugh fiber cereal. I can't eat heavy lunch or dinner food for breakfast. For those who do and can, enjoy it!!!!!
I love to cook & eat healthy.
I work out 6 days a week. I am a die hard Cleveland Browns fan.
I ca't eat heavy lunch or dinner foods. For those who can, enjoy it!!!!!
This is so much fun, reading all the things you guys like (or don't) for breakfast.... Get this: today I had leftover creamy potato soup with Italian sausage for breakfast. I toasted two English muffins and used this leftover soup, which had thickened quite a bit, as a gravy over the muffins. Talk about paradise. To die for.
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