Discussion in 'suburban75' started by soulman, Nov 19, 2008.
A ham salad sandwich, some blueberries and a camomile tea.
A ham and tomato sandwich and a camomile tea.
Scrambled egg and ketchup on a wholemeal pitta, 2 coffees.
Veggie sausages, a potato waffle, beans and veggie sausages and toast. Not great pickings but staying with my Dad who doesn't eat meat.
Overnight oats with raspberries and a banana
Half a dozen seedy flatbreads with cheese. Half a jar of pickled onions.
Tin of chopped tomatoes with half a pack of rye cakes to dunk.
Cold Chinese takeaway.
Second breakfast was seedy oatcakes with cheese with black pepper.
Chicken curry and plain chow mein.
Probably the same thing I've had for the last two days: fruit, yoghurt and granola. Back into it in a big way, plus it's good for my digestion.
Bacon, sausages and beans. Was going to have hash browns, but forgot to pick them up yesterday. No bread for toast. So I did some potato wedges.
Scrambled eggs and baked beans. Washed down by a couple of buckets of tea.
An avocado on 2 slices of seeded buttered bread, a camomile tea and some blueberries.
Muesli and flaxseed with unsweetened soya.
With my current health condition this is a bit of a glucose stress test gamble ...
It's the end of the bag though and thankfully not many bits of dried fruit left.
Bacon sandwich on seedy bread with hp sauce. Orange juice and black coffee.
Seedy flatbreads with cheese with black pepper.
Seedy flatbreads with spicy cheese. Two litres of water.
Oatcakes with spicy cheese. Half a jar of pickled onions.
I had two thick pancakes, two fried eggs with bacon bits on them, some nice bread, a lot of pickled herring (normal and in tomato sauce), some cheese and some tomato. Yes it was a hotel breakfast buffet.
Somewhere on the other side of the world?
I had my usual weekend breakfast of oat pancakes with maple syrup and veggie sausages yesterday and then reflected that (a) they are really not that far off Staffordshire oatcakes at all, the only significant difference being that the latter are raised with yeast, and also (b) they have twice the amount of oats in that I use when I make porridge, and that quantity of porridge is often too much for me.
Toasted rye bread with sunflower seeds, with cheddar wand black pepper. Big bottle of Fentimans dandelion & burdock (the best pop by far).
Start of a new phase of my diet experiment.
Monday mornings - left over bread from the weekend - with peanut butter.
Rest of the week will be wheat berries - nuked in the microwave and served with unsweetened soy and possibly peanut butter or other flavourings.
And since my tea order arrived on Friday - Oolong/keemun.
A slice of granary toast with butter and peanut butter, a cup of tea and a nectarine.
Two soft boiled eggs spread on seedy toast with salt and pepper. Black coffee then tea.
I was a bit late posting that - I've decided that I like Scandinavian breakfasts though. Different to the Japanese breakfasts, but sharing a common fish theme. Norwegian breakfasts you get various types of fish, cheese, several types of proper bread, butter, odd things that are sort of like potato salad but without potatoes, hot pancakes, soft and hardboiled eggs, plus fruit and cereal and coffee. (To be fair I am a massive pickled herring addict and would happily eat it for the rest of my life.)
Not paleo, but Roman centurian.
Spelt grain I cooked up last night, nuked in the office microwave, served with unsweetened soy, milled linseed and a teaspoon of peanut butter.
It's a toss-up between chewing it well and relishing the sweetness - or swallowing it quickly for the slowest-possible release.
100g of dry grain becomes 250g of cooked.
388kcal for the grain alone.
30p per day
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