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    Cool! Thank you, CC. Those both sound really good. I'll have to experiment more.
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    Cool, Artichoke!
    How could I forget the Nutritional Yeast and Miso! They go into the Savory Congee after it has been cooked too...

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    thanx cc you always give me such good ideas!
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    Fresh made juice right now. Maybe something else next week. Who knows with my taste buds.

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    an apple and "fitness" cereal with soy milk. always.

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    Home made Soya yoghurt, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, blueberries, Dr. McKeith's Living Food Energy powder, Udo's choice all mixed in a big bowl........sometimes with some maple syrup if I'm feeling like something sweet!

    Yummy.......

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    I've been eating a lot of 5 grain hot cereal or hummus on toast. I think I'm ready to try something different though...getting a little boring.

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    Quote Aurora
    Home made Soya yoghurt, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, blueberries, Dr. McKeith's Living Food Energy powder, Udo's choice all mixed in a big bowl........sometimes with some maple syrup if I'm feeling like something sweet!

    Yummy.......

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    Yay for Udo's Choice and Dr. Mc Keith's Living Food Energy Powder!

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    sweet black tea followed by porridge

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    Cinnamon and Raisin Bagels - Yum!!

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    I eat oatmeal, with peaches and soy milk just about every day. It almost tastes like peach cobbler....mmmmmmm........

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    Same as you cedarblue!

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    If it's during the week, I prefer leftovers for breakfast. Either that or some type of whole grain with preserves stirred in.

    If it's the week-ends, I love a tofu scramble with fried potatoes, whole wheat toast and slices of tomato and/or avocado on the side.

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    A banana and peanut butter sandwich or a fruit smoothie
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    Default I just had some!

    Silk Soy's chocolate soymilk is the best...

    Mmm...
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    Silk Chocolate is my daughter's guilty pleasure...at least it's calcium and Vitamin fortified

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    Silk Chocolate is my daughter's guilty pleasure...at least it's calcium and Vitamin fortified

    Do you think that Silk Soy's chocolate is too fattening?
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    scrambled tofu. not the kind that you buy the mix for, but using your own spices and fresh veggies along with the tofu. hashbrowns are pretty close up there for me too though.

    Recipe PLEASE!!!

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    Silk soya + Banana...ultimate yummy. But I do miss here Chocolate Silk.

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    Do you think that Silk Soy's chocolate is too fattening?

    Heavens, no! I say it is her "guilty pleasure" because it has a lot of sugar in it and it's the only thing besides the occasional organic dark chocolate that I buy packaged as a "treat" for my daughter, really...we have lots of homemade goodies though!

    I make corn-oatbran muffins that are 1/2 oat bran with flax and hemp protein powder that are "meals in a muffin" for snacking on. She eats these for an after-school snack or for breakfast with Enriched Soy milk (not chocolate...I let her take those to school or have as a treat at sleepovers).

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    Silk soya + Banana...ultimate yummy. But I do miss here Chocolate Silk.

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    Bananas, sliced with almond butter and ground flax with a fresh glass of sesame milk (sesame seeds, a date or two, or dried fruit and water!)

    That's a favorite RAW breakfast of mine...

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    i need more breakfast ideas that are warm, other than hashbrowns and porridge! its so cold here right now, that i find it hard to eat fruit as its cold and not warming.
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    Quote foxytina_69
    i need more breakfast ideas that are warm, other than hashbrowns and porridge! its so cold here right now, that i find it hard to eat fruit as its cold and not warming.
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    LOL
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    Quote foxytina_69
    i need more breakfast ideas that are warm, other than hashbrowns and porridge! its so cold here right now, that i find it hard to eat fruit as its cold and not warming.

    Try congee! Cook rice with 2x the usual amount of water and add spices and veggies (sea veggies too like Nori, Wakame etc to be Macrobiotic ) or add dried fruits and nuts Congee is considered to be very healing and good for digestion and building strenght in TCM

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    I should send you some lemon polenta porridge!!! It is warming and very tasty

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    Default Quaker Oatmeal

    Do any of you guys eat this stuff? My favorite is Maple and Brown Sugar...it looks to be all vegan.

    Is this too good to be true?
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    I am sure it is but the vest way is to get the raw oats and add your own Maple & Brown sugar, I am not sure in the US but many UK brown sugars are vegan
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    I think I emailed Quaker long ago and found that their oatmeals were acceptable. I'd prefer organic, plain rolled oats and usually buy Bob's Red Mill, though.

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    Yes, I saw that PETA had a least of bfast food on their site someplace and I saw that Quaker Oats was under the vegan list. So I would assume that it wasn't coated in bone "char"...
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    The post earlier about Honey & Sugar, I defiently do not eat Honey and never have done I think it tastes awful, I have since done some research and many of the UK Brown sugars are 100% vegan, I always buy a regular brown sugar which mast shops stock and it clearly states vegan on the pack.
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    I definitely do not consume honey either. To me that's just like eating or using any other animal product
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    Default Lots of things

    Tofu french toast, tofu omelette, oatmeal, cold cereal, pancakes, waffles, smart bacon, veg sausages.

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    i like to go to DENNY'S and have the Grand Slam Slugger® breakfast:

    Two buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, two bacon strips and two sausage links, plus hash browns or grits or choice of bread. Served with a small glass of juice and coffee.




    J/K.

    i'm not much of a breakfast eater. i usually have a large glass of carrot/spinich/broccolli juice with a TBS of flax oil. an hour or so later i'll have some fruit.
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    Hi ,

    I like Oatso simple with vanilla soy milk (alporo) I am not trying to advertise anything but I was having real trouble to find non yucky soya milk to have with breakfast cereal. I also like crunchy nut with alporo vanillia.

    Well now I have found nice soy milk I will not revert back to being vegetarian.

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    My favourite things for breakfast are multigrain cheerios and chocolate soymilk, flatbread with almond butter, or tofu smoothies

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    Either tofu french toast, pancakes, English muffins (with sugar-free jam) or soy yogurt with museli. All of these apart from the English muffins I make myself.

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    Hmm...I love fruit...especially berries, mango, and papaya. I usually have puffed kamut cereal with soymilk, or oatmeal with goodies in it (raisins, dates, maple syrup, etc.) I generally need something with some sugar *wink* Potatoes are yummy too!

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    I love bananas, rice milk, "Amandine" (kind of almond powder), peanut butter and muesli or others cereals.
    Sometimes soup too. ^^
    One day, I'll die from an Asian junk food overdose ! lol

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    Vora,

    I noticed on the what did you eat today thread that you had soup for breakfast. I never tried that but I suppose it would be a good thing, very filling and nutritious. I'm usually a cereal or oatmeal person for breakfast though sometimes if I wake up and am hungry, I'll have leftover cold spaghetti or cold pizza.

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    Yes, soups are very nutritious and when you have to bear a cold day it's really helping ! ^^
    Personally I cooked it an evening before, so I have just to warm it up in the microwave next day morning.

    (but I can't imagine myself having cold pizza for breakfast ! lol lol )
    One day, I'll die from an Asian junk food overdose ! lol

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    Throughout the year i usually eat wholewheat bread with molasses and decaffeinated coffee.
    Now i prefer a pear or an apple... today i just ate a banana.. it depends on my mood. I think it's important to listen to our bodies each day, and change habits according to moods

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    I usually don't eat breakfast but sometimes eat baked sweet potatoes.
    I just throw sweet potatoes in oven and bake until get well done.
    It is so convenient to have baked potatoes in refrigerater because I can put in microwave oven and heat anytime when I get hungry.
    Other things I eat are banana and vegetable fried rice.

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    My ultimate favorite -

    waffles with peanut butter and jam topped with cut up banana's, blueberries, and blackberries....delicious! I also really love muesli with rice/soy milk and fruit added into it.
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    I also like Fruited Essene bread with mashed banana on top

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    Usually , i have rice flakes ( Indian-"Poha") or Upma ( South Indian) and Soya milk with some fruits dipped in to it.

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    Default What do you have for breakfast ?

    I am breastfeeding my 14 months old daughter (7/8 times a day) and intending to have another baby, so I need a very very rich, complete and quickly made breakfast... Any idea, please ?
    Thank you !

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    I normally have a sachet of Nature's Path Original Oatmeal. It cooks in 1.5 minutes - then I stir in some flaxseed oil and top with a sliced banana. It is very quick, easy and nutritious.

    Oh and you could cook it with soy/rice milk for extra 'richness' or double the quantity

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    Quote crysta
    I am breastfeeding my 14 months old daughter (7/8 times a day) and intending to have another baby, so I need a very very rich, complete and quickly made breakfast... Any idea, please ?
    Thank you !
    That's fantastic that you are breastfeeding so frequently. When my little ones were even smaller (2 months or so), I was breastfeeding both of them 8 times a day. It was pretty impossible to have a regular meal. I'd have a bowl of cereal with soymilk, nuts, spoonfuls of nut butters, fruit, fresh veg cut up-just easy things.

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    here is a link about vegan diets, and theres a part with breastfeeding women:

    http://www.scienzavegetariana.it/rub...t_diet_en.html

    and here is info about what foods contain which vitamins are most important during pregnancy, so this may give u ideas on what to eat for breakfast:

    http://www.bcparent.com/articles/hea...t_and_veg.html

    it seems that the quickest, most reccommended foods are soy milk and fortified breakfast cereals, so that would be a healthy quick option, pairing it with some fresh fruit/dried fruit and a cup of juice
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