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What do you eat for breakfast besides eggs or "left-overs"?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created May 26, 2013 at 3:21 PM

I need help. What do you guys eat for breakfast when it's NOT eggs or left-overs? Is there a breakfast-specific dish that you make that isn't just eggs (or left-overs)?

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on May 29, 2013
at 12:14 AM

Yeah, I said what I usually have is eggs, but I'm trying out kefir for when I don't have time to make eggs. Thus, I gave you an example of breakfast that is NOT with eggs. That's what you asked for, pal.

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on May 27, 2013
at 02:38 AM

I learned to stop thinking of it as "breakfast" and start thinking of it as a "meal". Once I got the concept that I was limited by the time of day for what I could eat, then I found more ideas for "breakfast". Many times it's similar to what I'd eat for dinner. :) My go-to? Stir-fry chicken with veggies.

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on May 26, 2013
at 10:46 PM

That's me @alligator! Actually MexiRican Paleo ... whenever I can turn something into a taco or add some form of pork to it, I will!

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on May 26, 2013
at 06:44 PM

He just wrote what he has for breakfast, and he happened to mention eggs.

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on May 26, 2013
at 05:01 PM

Did you bother reading the question?

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on May 26, 2013
at 05:01 PM

Mexipaleo! lol.

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on May 26, 2013
at 04:09 PM

my current no-egg breakfast is avocado bacon tacos - I use non gmo corn tortillas, since I do well with corn, but I often use a lettuce leaf as a wrapper and add roasted pumpkin seeds - super fast and delicious! (I'll fry up some bacon once a week and have it on hand for quick meals- it doesn't take much, just one strip per taco. YUM!!!!)

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on May 26, 2013
at 05:01 PM

Mexipaleo! lol.

618fc5298c4a96b817c4918c795a875f

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on May 26, 2013
at 10:46 PM

That's me @alligator! Actually MexiRican Paleo ... whenever I can turn something into a taco or add some form of pork to it, I will!

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on May 26, 2013
at 04:12 PM

Full fat Greek yogurt, usually plain but sometimes mixed with any of the following: cinnamon, cocoa powder, cashew butter, raisins, dark chocolate

Cottage cheese, either plain or mixed with lots of cinnamon

The rest of the time it's just eggs or left overs.

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on May 26, 2013
at 03:37 PM

Sure, where's the problem in stir frying some meat plus some veggies first thing in the morning? :)

For making it a little bit faster, I try to use meat that is cut in very thin steaks so it can be cooked in just several minutes, for example chicken or turkey does a good job, but it could be bacon or some leaner pork/beef if it's cut in thin steaks. For the veggies, I usually have some sauerkraut that I slightly heat because I find it more appealing this way if the rest is also hot but It can be some chopped veggie mix or thin slides of some starchy root/vegetable like sweet potato, squash, pumpkin... put some sauce with it (these days for me the current trend is guacamole :D), top with organic butter or olive oil, spices of preference... plenty of options!

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on May 26, 2013
at 03:36 PM

I have noticed that if I eat protein only for breakfast, I feel more energetic later on. So I try to eat meat - it takes only 15 minutes to cook. I have also tried chicken meat - works great. Bone broth and liver work as well. Fish does not work for me as well for some reason. Sometimes I make some soup for breakfast - vegetables and some meat. It does not take too long to make. It depends whether you have time or not.

What would an alligator have for breakfast? Some meat as well I guess. So if you are fond of alligators, try it. Or, and if you can tolerate it, add some onions and carrots as well - they are good for you.

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C4fa226c86c0ac5d2f49b48069c1c1a8

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on May 27, 2013
at 02:39 AM

I learned to stop thinking of it as "breakfast" and start thinking of it as a "meal". Once I got the concept that I was limited by the time of day for what I could eat, then I found more ideas for "breakfast". Many times it's similar to what I'd eat for dinner. :) My go-to? Stir-fry chicken with veggies

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on May 27, 2013
at 12:54 AM

Coffee, nothing, or eggs and bacon.

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on May 26, 2013
at 05:14 PM

I cure salmon with salt overnight in a fridge. Topped with butter, makes a decent breakfast.

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on May 27, 2013
at 02:07 AM

I always have meat for breakfast so it's usually salmon, tuna, steak, crockpot pork, or ground beef with an avocado and sautéed veggies. this is the most filling thing for me.

If for some reason I don't have access to meat- usually in the hospital, I'll have yogurt with fruit and a homemade fudge bar (nuts/seeds, coconut butter, coconut oil, honey).

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on May 27, 2013
at 02:00 AM

I'm like Pat - coffee, usually, then about 10-11 i eat a meal. Or if I feel like eating first thing I have a grapefruit or a banana.

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on May 27, 2013
at 12:25 AM

I like mixing up paleo pancakes on weekends and if you don't want the egg, you can always just use flax or chia seeds with mashed banana as 'binders'. Top with berries and greek yoghurt and you have a plate of deliciousness.

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on May 26, 2013
at 05:19 PM

I don't eat breakfast but rarely, but when I do I'll go for a cheap cut of slow-cooked beef, or maybe sardines done up somehow. Bacon is always good. US Wellness pemmican bars are also a staple.

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on May 26, 2013
at 04:08 PM

If I'm not in a hurry, I'll scramble some eggs and left-over meat and have baby carrots on the side.

What I'm trying to do now is make my own kefir out of raw A2 cow's milk or raw goat's milk. It has very little lactose if you ferment it long enough, is full of pre- and pro-biotic, and has lots of protein and fat. It'll be my go-to breakfast if I'm in a hurry.

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on May 26, 2013
at 05:01 PM

Did you bother reading the question?

F5a0ddffcf9ef5beca864050f090a790

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on May 26, 2013
at 06:44 PM

He just wrote what he has for breakfast, and he happened to mention eggs.

8d386bf2c5ba20fcc1a2a0c805b217c9

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on May 29, 2013
at 12:14 AM

Yeah, I said what I usually have is eggs, but I'm trying out kefir for when I don't have time to make eggs. Thus, I gave you an example of breakfast that is NOT with eggs. That's what you asked for, pal.

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on May 26, 2013
at 04:01 PM

On the weekdays: I often eat meat (chicken/bison), nuts (almonds), and berries (blueberries).

On the weekends: I tend to eat brunch, and unfortunately for you that's usually an omelette. Or sometimes smoked salmon and cottage cheese on top toasted Bavarian sourdough rye bread :)

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