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Old 02-18-2019, 06:17   #91
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Breakfast has become my favorite meal since I love eggs anyway. In the morning wil be a delicious 3 egg cheddar cheese omelette with EXTRA sausage and a cup of black coffee.
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A cup of bullet proof coffee, then bun-less chili dogs and a salad, hibiscus tea.

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64 YY Love the LCHF diet. The cheese goes well with my whine

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Old 04-27-2019, 15:35   #93
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Chicken sausage links, keto bread slice (to soak up the cooking fat), guacamole (just avocado and green salsa with a little mayo)

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A quick breakfast of two avocados this morning.
I saw something that said Americans would eat 175 million avocados today for Cinco de Mayo!

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Having the remainder of a ribeye steak from yesterday along with 2 eggs scrambled with peppers, onion, and cheese. It's 3:30 PM but its my graveyard shift breakfast.

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Fried eggs and coffee. I don't feel like eating in the morning, but if I don't do it, my stomach will finish me

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Pumpkin Porridge

I needed something soft for a sore tummy. This hit the spot and was yummy.

To simmering almond milk I stirred in a bit of almond flour and plenty of flaxseed meal. Turned off the heat and let sit so the flax would thicken the gruel. Stirred in canned pumpkin puree and some butter*. Sweetener, salt and flavoring drops (cinnamon coffee cake flavor).
*Actually, was palm oil shortening since I don't do dairy)

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I made my first chia pudding yesterday and had the leftovers for breakfast.

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Package of peanut butter crackers and coffee with splenda and creamer. Didn't want a lot but have to eat something because of my morning meds.

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Just a coffee for me - I usually fast from bedtime to lunch the following day. It was an easy thing to do as I've never been a breakfast eater - even as a kid, I was never hungry in the mornings. Although with the time change this past weekend I'm hungry right now - normally I would be eating lunch right now. LOL

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