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Breakfast Ideas !!

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Created February 08, 2013 at 10:36 PM

I am really loving Paleo food...but I still struggle with breakfast ideas. Usually I have eggs and thats fine but eating them every single day is getting quite tiring lol. The only place I can get bacon, etc with a clean ingredient label is at the health food store, and with my budget I only shop there once a month. My other breakfasts are hot coconut milk with fruit, and leftovers but sometimes I Really cant eat leftovers first thing in the morning lol. What do you have for breakfast?

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on February 09, 2013
at 04:58 AM

oh I didnt notice you posted 2 answers lol. That sounds really good. I saw turkey necks where I shop so I bet I could make a good broth out of those

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on February 09, 2013
at 02:40 AM

At first I read "greek yogurt mixed with saliva," and thought that was pretty gross. Glad that's not it.

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on February 09, 2013
at 01:58 AM

If you are on a budget, really consider the bone broth I mentioned above. I get beef shank bones, pasture raised, for 4.99$ a lb. I add joint bones, marrow bones, grassfed that I get from $2.99 lb to $4.00 a lb. The meat is delicious when simmered for so long. A pot of soup lasts for many meals and can be frozen for later use. We drink the broth in mugs, make soup with the broth and rice, kale, celery, carrots, other veggies that you can eat. Your dollars will really stretch with this added to your menu.

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on February 09, 2013
at 01:54 AM

I would almost bet that the broth in boxes is not cooked long enough to get the nutrients out. Look at this recipe--I have been cooking it in two segments as I am never home long enough to cook all the hours it takes at one time. The video will explain why you want to simmer the bones for a long time--there is a long chain that gets released from the joint bones that trigger the quick healing cells in our gut. http://undergroundwellness.com/how-to-make-beef-bone-broth/

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on February 09, 2013
at 12:33 AM

thanks but I can only buy the good quality bacon or sausage once a month and I am very allergic to ingredients in many conventional meats

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on February 09, 2013
at 12:30 AM

I buy the premade broth in boxes, does that have similar health benefits or not really?

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on February 09, 2013
at 12:09 AM

My breakfast template:

http://kennedycircusunleashed.blogspot.com/2013/01/paleo-meal-plan-weekly-template.html

Our favorite is the sausage patties (or meatballs) I make out of ground chicken, spiced very mildly (much more so than the grocery store premade sausage). I love them with some kale sauteed in bacon grease, and Paleo Gravy on top (if it's the weekend and I have time for that).

I make the sausage on the weekends and reheat.

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on February 18, 2013
at 02:37 PM

I have leftovers from whatever I made for dinner the night before. I don't have a lot of time in the morning, like many people, so this works out really well. I always make extra dinner, and look forward to it again for breakfast. Alternatively, put your left overs in the freezer and have it a week or two later, so as not to get bored. Grab one of your left over dinners from the freezer the night before so that it's thawed out for breakfast.

I do this for lunches too. I take left over dinner from the freezer for my lunch (at work). This saves a ton of time and I'm guarranteed a delicious meal every time.

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on February 09, 2013
at 05:02 AM

Steak and veggies.

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on February 09, 2013
at 02:51 AM

Sometimes I do a handful of Almonds with some Blueberries, add a cup of coffee with some coconut oil in it and your golden!

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on February 09, 2013
at 02:41 AM

You could premake some mini-quiche things and freeze them. Eggs + meat + veggies in a muffin pan or ramekins. Also makes an easy lunch.

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on February 09, 2013
at 12:26 AM

I like to slice chicken sausage, sweet potatoes and onions up in the frying pan and cook them in either ghee or coconut oil with a dash of pepper. It's really tasty. If you don't have sausage you could use chopped bacon and use the bacon fat instead of the ghee or oil.

D87cf7bb07cfc85acf7203c17065d239

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on February 09, 2013
at 12:33 AM

thanks but I can only buy the good quality bacon or sausage once a month and I am very allergic to ingredients in many conventional meats

C657d176db6f11f98aeb2a89071e3281

(842)

on February 09, 2013
at 01:58 AM

If you are on a budget, really consider the bone broth I mentioned above. I get beef shank bones, pasture raised, for 4.99$ a lb. I add joint bones, marrow bones, grassfed that I get from $2.99 lb to $4.00 a lb. The meat is delicious when simmered for so long. A pot of soup lasts for many meals and can be frozen for later use. We drink the broth in mugs, make soup with the broth and rice, kale, celery, carrots, other veggies that you can eat. Your dollars will really stretch with this added to your menu.

D87cf7bb07cfc85acf7203c17065d239

(268)

on February 09, 2013
at 04:58 AM

oh I didnt notice you posted 2 answers lol. That sounds really good. I saw turkey necks where I shop so I bet I could make a good broth out of those

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on February 09, 2013
at 12:05 AM

make some breakfast muffins but replace wheat flour with coconut flour and it will be just fine! Good luck!

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on February 08, 2013
at 11:28 PM

Sometimes I eat greek yogurt mixed with stevia, psyllium powder, cocoa powder and macadamia nuts.

F54a16e4caf4dc8da9ef1369f46a95cd

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on February 09, 2013
at 02:40 AM

At first I read "greek yogurt mixed with saliva," and thought that was pretty gross. Glad that's not it.

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on February 08, 2013
at 11:16 PM

Today I mixed leftover baked salmon with avocado and a hard boiled egg, some fresh pressed ginger, torn dulse and massaged kale - it was AWESOME and I will be eating the combo again and again - buying more salmon just to make this mix

Sometimes a mug of bone broth is all I have, especially if not feeling that hungry, with an apple they're good right now

D87cf7bb07cfc85acf7203c17065d239

(268)

on February 09, 2013
at 12:30 AM

I buy the premade broth in boxes, does that have similar health benefits or not really?

C657d176db6f11f98aeb2a89071e3281

(842)

on February 09, 2013
at 01:54 AM

I would almost bet that the broth in boxes is not cooked long enough to get the nutrients out. Look at this recipe--I have been cooking it in two segments as I am never home long enough to cook all the hours it takes at one time. The video will explain why you want to simmer the bones for a long time--there is a long chain that gets released from the joint bones that trigger the quick healing cells in our gut. http://undergroundwellness.com/how-to-make-beef-bone-broth/

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on February 08, 2013
at 10:42 PM

Try bulletproof coffee, but with that you might not need to eat lunch either.

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