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The Eternal Struggle: What Do I Eat For Breakfast?
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Pop Tarts are for heretics.
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stridersix wrote:

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They are chock full of vitamin yum.
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Posted 5/30/14 , edited 5/30/14
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34 / F / Houston
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That's right. Suck it, waffles.
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I eat whatever there is. Today, I had a chicken salad for breakfast.
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I would definitely have a combination of eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, and/or fruit. For most mornings, I just make myself a smoothie from the blender considering how amazingly quick it is to put together and make. Not to mention, it is quite nutritious as well when you make it yourself. But few mornings I will throw in eggs and toast there into the mix as well just to make things a bit different than usual. Of course, as much as I would love to eat what the Japanese do in the morning with fish, rice, and miso soup, it's too much effort for me to make day in and day out.
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Posted 5/31/14
Cereal and unsweetened hot chocolate most days, but sometimes my roommate and I will make waffles on the weekend.
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M / Baka Zone
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Posted 5/31/14
Skittles. Just kidding.

Cereal, too lazy to make myself breakfast.
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Posted 5/31/14 , edited 5/31/14
Check the expiration dates on everything in your refrigerator and your pantry. Throw anything and everything that isn't expired together in a big bowl, mix thoroughly. Bake at 176 C for 45 minutes, allow it to cool, then serve.

Or you could have waffles. They are good with whipped cream, strawberries and blueberries, shaved almonds, and a generous amount of maple syrup. For your drink you could have orange juice, and for a side I recommend fried eggs and a banana. Don't forget the toast for dipping in your yolk!
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Screw this, cereal is easy and I've given up on life
Posted 5/31/14
......lol
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Posted 5/31/14

stridersix wrote:

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Women.
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Posted 6/1/14
Whatever is left over from last night, pizza, chow mein, etc
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