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    What's for Breakfast?

    I'm having 2 hardboiled eggs, toast if I have any bread, and mango.
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    The mango sounds yum, papaya. I'm having green tea, organic granola and kefir, which I have only recently discovered and loved. Kefir, kefir, kefir! So tangy and delicious. It tastes like the cottage cheese I loved as a child, only liquid.
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    I usually have two fried eggs with some bacon.
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    Cheerios or porridge with skimmed milk for me.

    Though today had homemade pancakes with honey
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    Today I had two pancakes made of Amaranth, Oats, pecan meal, some carob and two tablespoons of honey. A cup of coffee (240 mg caffeine) with one teaspoon of raw sugar and some half & half. Careful with the coffee. 240 mg is a healthy diuretic. More than that per day might not be healthy.

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    Ummm, all those homemade pancakes! I love blueberry pancakes, served with a side of peppered bacon, but I haven't made that in a while. Another favorite that I've eaten several times this summer is toast with a bit of mayo, topped with ripe avocado and a dash of salt and pepper. It's fine alone, but quite extraordinary with scrambled eggs.
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    Today it was bacon on an oven bottom muffin, but most days it's yoghurt and granola.
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    I'm a porridge man - the best start to the day. As for what goes into the porridge, that depends: a pinch of sugar if I'm feeling normal, a dollop of jam if I've got some in that needs using up, a dash of maple syrup if I'm feeling extravagant, and large wodge of golden syrup if I just can't face the world.
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    For me eggs with coffee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lokasenna View Post
    I'm a porridge man - the best start to the day. As for what goes into the porridge, that depends: a pinch of sugar if I'm feeling normal, a dollop of jam if I've got some in that needs using up, a dash of maple syrup if I'm feeling extravagant, and large wodge of golden syrup if I just can't face the world.
    Microwave porridge? That is what I do and have it straight... No fancy syrups! :P

    Though, right now I am quite tempted to finish off the leftover Apple Strudel from yesterday's guests!

    We should also have a "what would you like for breakfast?" thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scheherazade View Post
    Microwave porridge? That is what I do and have it straight... No fancy syrups! :P

    Though, right now I am quite tempted to finish off the leftover Apple Strudel from yesterday's guests!

    We should also have a "what would you like for breakfast?" thread
    No no, porridge in the pan. But I do like to sweeten it slightly - I don't do the traditional highland thing of putting salt in it.

    What would I like to have for breakfast? Well, call me a crazy old hedonist but I'd have... porridge. Yup, I'm quite boring that way.
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    Two fried eggs, two slices of toast one with home-made apple jelly, one with home-made strawberry jam.

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    No breakfast for me, having a brunch is the best way to do things

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