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What Do You Have For Breakfast?

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Weekdays usually weetabix or bran flakes shortly followed by a cup of tea.

Weekends, mainly Sundays, fry-up which consists of toast, beans, bacon, sausages, hash browns and scrambled/fried egg with tea or orange juice.
Tomatoes, black pudding, mushrooms and people's ashes can stay the fuck away from it. 

 

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Coffee and water.

I'm not a morning/breakfast person.

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I have it usually after 10 am, on work days we order junk food. On the weekends i like fried eggs but usually a mild breakfast.

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Weekday

- Protein shake and some sort of protein cereal/granola

Weekend

- Glass of orange juice and a selection from sausage, egg, bacon, black pudding, potato scone & toast

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Egg white, spinach and tropical fruit juice smoothie.

Bowl of oat bran.

2 slices of warburtons protein bread, sunflower spread and strawberry jam.

 

I feel pretty good since I cut dairy down to 1 glass of kefir a day, got rid of milk and all those dirty whey shakes. It's done wonders for my abs.

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Farley's Rusks (yeah I know :dam:) with warm milk (never boil or the rusks will turn to dough balls in the milk) and a tea spoon of Cadbury's Hot Chocolate powder. Mix all together and aaaaaaah!!! :15_yum:

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Fried egg on toast every morning, we've got a Cafe nearby so I sometimes go there if I fancy a fry-up over the weekend but not a huge fan of them really.

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Mate, bread and butter & cheese, sandwiches, facturas (croissants), avocado.

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Cereal with milk or... coffee with a sandwich and/or some fruit.

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13 hours ago, SirBalon said:

Farley's Rusks (yeah I know :dam:) with warm milk (never boil or the rusks will turn to dough balls in the milk) and a tea spoon of Cadbury's Hot Chocolate powder. Mix all together and aaaaaaah!!! :15_yum:

That sounds fucking amazing.

 

I have some kind of cheese/carb combo, usually in the form of a sandwich. It's my heroin.

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Have Weetabix, Cheerios or Shreddies just about every day. Sometimes got something like Krave or Coco Pops in if I'm lucky. Bit boring really.

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13 hours ago, SirBalon said:

Continental breakfast

Would have put money on that tbh.

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Chappati (Indian bread) and tea on weekdays & Saturday. 

One full packet of Oreos on Sundays with tea.

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I don't normally eat anything to be honest.  Always have a cup of coffee but on the odd occasion I do have something, it'll be a croissant or something easy to grab and go.

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On April 8, 2017 at 2:21 AM, IgnisExcubitor said:

Chappati (Indian bread) and tea on weekdays & Saturday. 

One full packet of Oreos on Sundays with tea.

Oreo's for breakfast? 

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Wow some of your diets sound interesting haha

I eat a banana and yoghurt. Never really have a big appetite in the mornings. 

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A glass of lemon water
1 Banana
1 Cliff Bar (Peanut Butter Flavor)

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Today was a pop tart, bagel and orange juice. But usually it's cereal and a power bar.

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16 hours ago, I8allthepies said:

Oreo's for breakfast? 

Yep. It's my break day from yoga. So I indulge in oreos, and the typical Sunday non-vegetarian heavy lunch.

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On 4/8/2017 at 0:51 PM, IgnisExcubitor said:

Chappati (Indian bread) and tea on weekdays & Saturday. 

One full packet of Oreos on Sundays with tea.

I find that people from the North always have bread and South have rice.

 

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Coffee in work on the weekdays and usually cereal, toast and coffee on the weekends.

Full English is now and then.

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5 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

Yes! I like your style.

Next morning garlic bread, pizza or doner kebab is the way to go.

 

What sort of nancy faggot can't finish off a Doner kebab in one go?

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Not much. Usually a banana and a small cup of coffee maybe with one/two biscuits.

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On 4/7/2017 at 10:10 AM, Berserker said:

Mate, bread and butter & cheese, sandwiches, facturas (croissants), avocado.

Never had mate. I see at every grocery store around here (I live in little-Latin-America) and I was wondering if I need to drink it with that gourd/silver straw thingo. I've had canned mate but that was sweetened with lemonade.

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8 minutes ago, Spike said:

Never had mate. I see at every grocery store around here (I live in little-Latin-America) and I was wondering if I need to drink it with that gourd/silver straw thingo. I've had canned mate but that was sweetened with lemonade.

Yeah, you must. Never even heard of canned mate, you gotta try the real thing, buy the equipment and a good yerba. Heat the water but don't boil it, put a little sugar on the base of the mate (gourd) and then the yerba on top of it to about half of the recipient or a little more. You normally use a termo (vacuum flask) to store the water but you can also use a kettle if you don't own one.

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