Food What's for breakfast UF?

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
I guess if you're disgusted by yogurt. But too much work? it's 8oz of yogurt more than pouring milk on your knock off cereal. + eating a banana. Exhausting for you?

Perhaps sleeping by the fridge, with raw bacon on the lower shelf when you wake up is more suitable?

LOFL!
 

Mortlach

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Today I grace mah tummy with 4 egg whites, a vanilla protein shake and 1 slice of whole grains bread (11 grains!!!) and a bottle of water :)

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coffee only
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
If you like yogurt, it's that with crunchies in it. The oats have almost no flavor next to the flavored yogurt. & you're only adding milk because the oats will suck the moisture out of the yogurt and make it as thick as frosting without it.

it's not as cool as being able to say ciabatta and starbucks tho! lol.
 

Captain Save-A-Nugget

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Quinoa makes a great breakfast took. Boil it in milk until all the milk is absorbed and sprinkle some cinnamon and brown sugar plus fruit of your choice.
 

JAXvillain

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If you like yogurt, it's that with crunchies in it. The oats have almost no flavor next to the flavored yogurt. & you're only adding milk because the oats will suck the moisture out of the yogurt and make it as thick as frosting without it.

it's not as cool as being able to say ciabatta and starbucks tho! lol.

Letting mush ferment in the fridge overnight doesn't sound very appetizing. Has nothing to do with sounding cool.
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
Letting mush ferment in the fridge overnight doesn't sound very appetizing. Has nothing to do with sounding cool.

LOL @ ferment.

steel cut oats are rock hard.

In the morning, to make them soft enough to eat you 'cook' them in water for about 15 mins. (you might call that hot fermenting)

If you don't want to spend time cooking them in the morning, you can let them soak in the yogurt & milk over night - takes about 2 mins to make (you would call that ferment)

either way, those carbs burn nice and slowly all morning, & not like a piece of toast or bowl of cereal.

look up glycemic index.
 
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