New and Interesting Breakfast ideas.

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  1. bgmacaw

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    Egg in a hole? Try it with pizza instead of toast.
     
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    What are you eating now that is so boring that you need to ask a bunch of randos on a guitar webby for food ideas? Must not include bacon, tasty sausage or really good sourdough bread, or a hundred other things that make life worth living. What do you like to eat? Have some for breakfast, and put some butter on it. Go on now, git!
     
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    Spam and eggs. Slice it or dice it into an omelet. I also like french toast made with a sliced bagel or brioche bread.
     
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    I've been eating omelets with salsa and hot sauce.
     
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    Omelets with grilled onions, peppers and ham

    home fries or hash browns, bacon and baked beans
     
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    Breakfast burrito. Many styles to choose from. And always chili sauce!
     
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    About 10 years ago I was struck down with some mystery digestive ailment that damn near killed me. For nearly a full year, everything I ate made me violently sick with pretty much one exception. That exception was oatmeal. I literally had to live on oatmeal for a year and I really hated oatmeal to begin with.

    That said, a nurse pointed me to a website called "Mr. Breakfast" and there were 147 different recipes for oatmeal alone. I think I tried over 60 of them during that time. Eventually, it came down to cinammon and 2 chocolate cookies crushed up...fantastic!

    That site has a ton of reviews and recipes to keep anyone occupied for a very long time.
     
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    Mix Kellogg's All-Bran in zero-fat Greek yoghurt. Cheap, healthy and filling. Or a sliced-banana sandwich.
    ♫Food, glorious food!♫
     
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    Well i have a reasonable variety of foods.
    - Bacon n eggs.
    - Thick Toasted crusty Vienna with garlic rubbed both sides melted butter one side fresh parsley, cream cheese maybe a couple of Anchovies or smoked salmon red onion and capers.
    - Good old crepes with melted butter and honey from my bees.
    - Good quality gourmet sausages of different mixtures and variety's with different sauces.
    - Cheese toasties.
    - I very rarely have cereal.
    Anyway the list goes on, i just wanted something different, just wanted to see what others were eating to see if there's anything that i liked.
     
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    Grape nuts or shredded wheat with magical fruit in center.
     
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    someone mentioned the japanese breakfast. that's always great. my other fave is chilaquiles, though more as a brunch thing on weekends, haha.
     
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    Really, first thing in the morning. Hmmm i suppose i some times have a hot sauce with sausages.
     
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    Yep this Japanese breakfast looks interesting, it's something i've never tried, don't know how i'd go with the raw egg though.
     
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    Hmmm just googled it, looks great. Never had that before either, looks a bit time consuming to make though.
     
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    I'd say you're better off than most when it comes to breakfast. Consider baking your own sourdough bread. It's a game changer. I started with pre-hybridized Einkorn wheat and never looked back. latest_loaves.jpg
     
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    And a surf band !
     
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    Avocado on toast is popular in Oz.
    When I was in the army I liked eggs (fried) , toast, mushrooms and tomatoes. However I was about 25 kgs. slimmer and ate a lot to keep up with a long day. Shave at six a.m. and a 5 o'clock shadow @ 5;00 p.m. As an officer in training I was expected to shave that second day growth or I'd cop it.
     
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    Or “two scoop rice, spam, fried or over easy eggs, and gravy all over everything.” Da kine!

    While that sounds very appealing to me, I actually haven’t had that since Hawaii around 1984. And now I’m on a low sodium diet, and my wife doesn’t like spam.:( I would eat a slice of Spam (or Treet?) fried with Mayo on white Merita brand (the holey “Old Fashioned” kind) bread for lunch as a teen.

    Mine is usually Special K with a huge side of sliced banana, fresh blueberries and pecans. Or for a quick bite, a cup of coffee with a “rich frosted” [milk chocolate covered yellow cake] Entenmann’s donut.

    One goodie we have is Taco Bamba, which started as a food truck and now has at least a couple brick and mortar places in DC and northern Virginia. In addition to many other Mexican style tacos and “Tacnos”, they make a great Huevos Rancheros, which I would eat about once monthly when I was working in McLean. I paired that with a pink guava Jarritos. Or you can get an egg on anything.
     
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