what's for breakfast this morning?

hexthat

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when i first looked at your post i said no way their sauce is creamy.
than i realized you just forgot to put mayo down in your original post
Yeah =] my bad I didn't double check it. I copied and pasted the source code for it and must have forgotten the first line
 

B166ER420

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What can I say I cook every freaking day!!:cool:Decided i'd make myself a breakfast on a bun:clap:....that's one fried egg over medium,six pieces of bacon,2pcs of pepperjack cheese on a sesame seed bun and some curly fries(w/bmilk ranch:lol:)
 

Indagrow

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Had a puggle fart for breakfast/alarm clock.. Which was nice, but I was still hungry so I finished off with a pumpkin muffin
 

Ninjabowler

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Oh ya bitches!!!! Found a pretty decent dim sum place that was super cheap. 2 dollar plates, i went a little crazy but i always do lol. Sampled some tasty treats, tempura fried seaweed rolls, stuffed tofu, sugarcane popsicle shrimp balls, pork dumplings, bbq pork steamed buns, and of course, my favorite.....chicken feet in a red chili and black bean sauce. If anyone would dare to try chicken feet id say dim sum style is the only way to go. You suck the toes off and spit out the bones onto a side plate after you slurp the tender meat off the bones. If theyre done right i like em ;) but theyre not for squeemish eaters thats for sure.
 

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The Outdoorsman

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Today was a cup of coffee and most of a pineapple. Also been making a lot of smoothies lately.
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Freestyle smoothie. AKA the liquid treadmill
lots of Raspberry, blueberry, strawberry
1 banana
some spinach
1/4 avocado
scoop of natural yogurt
splash almond milk
splash coconut water
splash aloe vera juice
 

sunni

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i was actually hungry at breakfast time today i had some watermelon, coffee :)
 

Ninjabowler

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Ninja training breakfast, three eggs 1.5 chicken breasts poached in garlic broth, mushrooms, and garden salsa. Melons, and some chlorophyll ice water. :hump:
 

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The Outdoorsman

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Do explain the chlorophyll water?

Found some wild raspberries and a few wild strawberries yesterday during my run.
Today was a couple of homemade oatmeal raisin cookies and coffee. Luckily I ran out of cookie dough because I've been non stop binge eating cookies last two days.
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Ninjabowler

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It tastes minty and its good for you. Kinda like wheat grass for guys that dont want to be that guy that says i just drank some wheat grass (me)

Other Liquid Chlorophyll Benefits


So in addition to helping to rebuild and replenish our red blood cells, liquid chlorophyll benefits include not only being highly alkaline, but also the following:


Anti Carcinogenic: Chlorophyll protects against a whole host of carcinogens found in fungus-laden foods such as nuts and grains, the toxins from cooked meats, and air-borne carcinogens (from pollution). It blocks the metabolism in the body of harmful chemicals known as procarcinogens that damage DNA. Studies published in the journals Carcinogenesis and Food and Chemical Toxicology clearly display that chlorophyll inhibits carcinogenesis – and further research showing chlorophyll as being cancer-preventative.
Researchers at Oregon State University also concluded: “At…cancer rates relevant to humans, chlorophyll was strongly protective”. Great stuff.


Antioxidant & Anti-inflammatory: containing high levels of the vitamins A, C and E, liquid chlorophyll has strong antioxidant capacity and has also been found to help reduce inflammation [Reference].
This study from the Journal of Inflammation states: “Chlorophylls and pheophytins showed in vitro anti-oxidant activity. The study shows that chlorophyll a and its degradation products are valuable and abundantly available anti-inflammatory agents and promising for the development of phytomedicine or conventional medicine to treat inflammation and related diseases.”


And in the Journal of Food Science, this study found that: “These results demonstrate that dietary chlorophyll derivatives prevalent in both fresh and processed foods and dietary supplements have antioxidant and antimutagenic activities.”


Chelation of Heavy Metals: chlorophyll is one of the most important chelates in nature. It’s ability to bind to and remove toxic heavy metals such as mercury makes it an extremely powerful healer. I’m about to have four mercury fillings removed, and you can bet that I will be getting PLENTY of chlorophyll into my body after the procedure!
Anti-Candida: recent research has also shown that chlorophyll is effective in fighting candida albicans – which does not surprise me. The alkaline approach has always shown itself to be great for candida and the alkaline diet is of course super-high in chlorophyll-rich foods!
Treats Bad Breath: This one is a real bonus and really works! Chlorophyll has a double-action remedy for bad breath. Firstly, as a deodoriser, it will eliminate odours in the mouth and throat, but secondly (and more importantly) it promotes a healthy digestive tract – which is the primary reason for bad breath. And if you need more – here is another blog post on foods for bad breath!
According to Dr Phyllis A. Balch, author of “Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements”, Alfalfa supplies chlorophyll, which cleanses the bloodstream and colon, where bad breath often begins”.


This research summary from Oregon State University also sites a collection of studies showing chlorophyll to be a powerful internal deodorant.


Wound Healing & Antiseptic: while liquid chlorophyll doesn’t actually have antiseptic properties of its own, it, quite remarkably, DOES have the ability to aid our body’s tissue in destroying germs. By strengthening tissue, it increases the disease resistance of cells and, at the same time, prevents the growth of bacteria! Research also suggests that chlorophyll greatly assists in wound healing and prevention of reinfection.
Rapid Delivery of Magnesium: chlorophyll is rich in magnesium, which is a highly alkaline mineral and so consuming chlorophyll rich foods has a highly alkalising effect on the body. Magnesium is super-important as it helps to deliver much needed oxygen to cells and tissues, bone formation, nerve and muscle function – PLUS – magnesium is critical for our cardiovascular system, digestive system, nervous system, muscles, kidneys, liver, hormone-secreting glands, and brain all rely on magnesium for their metabolic function (source: whfoods.com).
Contains vitamin K, C, folic acid, iron, calcium, protein: which are all also essential in building and repairing red blood cells and boosting our immune system.

i had some rice for breakfast with pepperonis microwaved on top it. Idk, leftover surprise. I think ill have some chlorophyll water now :):):)
 

hempyninja309

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Bananas, kiwi and blue berries on the reg :) and coffee of course unless I want to change it up and go with some yerba mate. Any other fellow vegetarians/vegans on board???
 

SpaaaceCowboy

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I used to never eat breakfast...Use to just grab some donuts or something...Now that I am diabetic I have to watch what I eat...So now I eat a good breakfast before I leave the house...No more sugar for breakfast.....

Yesterday I had a turkey bacon, low fat american cheese, and a fried egg (low fat pam spray) on a honey wheat english muffin....S lot of the time I will spice up the egg sandwich with herbs or spices....

I also love homefries....Yesterday's recipe was potatoes (red skin) with fried cherry pepper and onion....Then I add a salt, pepper, and paprika......I fry them in a mixture of butter and vegetable oil....mmm, mmmm......
 

SpaaaceCowboy

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If anyone has any interesting breakfast sandwich or home fries recipes please list em'....I am always looking for new ideas to spice up breakfast....
 

SpaaaceCowboy

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I already have my mind made up for tomorrows home fries:

Red skinned potatoes with fried onion....then I take hot garlic cloves dice them up, and add them at the end of frying the onion (only cook for about 30 seconds they can get bitter)...These are cloves that are pickled with habanero peppers....They are pretty hot so I go about 1 clove per potato.....I'll add salt, pepper, and paprika to this....
 

Ringsixty

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One Slice of toast with butter and Strawberry Jam, 1 cup of black coffee, Mango slices, Plus all my morning meds.
 

B166ER420

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If anyone has any interesting breakfast sandwich or home fries recipes please list em'....I am always looking for new ideas to spice up breakfast....
One of my posts had a good breakfast on a bun.....Home fries???My favorite thing as far potatoes for breakfast is to brown off some some diced new potatoes(red) and add a little pico de gallo(tomato,jalapeno,onion,garlic and cilantro),till soft...translucent?..... to how you like it;).Breakfast for me is usually
Eggo waffles and bacon I made the previous morning and maybe a fried egg.I like to smoke after I eat:eyesmoke:


Just thought id type this out for anyone interested.
My recipe for house seasoning:
50% sea salt
30% cracked black pepper,i add red pepper flakes(seeds) to my peppermill for extra kick
10% garlic salt
10% onion powder
Recipe can be adjusted to individual tastes:).I usually add half black pepper,half everything else.peace
 

SpaaaceCowboy

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I like how you add red pepper flakes to your peppermill for that extra kick - I never thought of that one but I will put it in the arsenal...Though I don't think we have a pepper mill that you can refill....I think we just have the non-refillable type.....I am a big pepper/hot sauce/hot spice fan :fire:
 
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