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    Breakfast Proteins.....I need new ideas

    I'm burned out on egg whites and oats. Somebody throw me some new ideas for breakfast proteins.
    I do my best to focus on the task at hand, and give 100% in what I'm doing at the time. Nothing else matters except the task at hand.

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    Protein Pancakes. There are a few recipes on the site.

    A shake.

    Steak

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    Whole eggs and steak. Mmmmmm.

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    Get some highly seeded wholemeal bread, put grated cheese on one slice, add tuna mixed with a little mayo or cottage cheese, more grated cheese on top, other slice of bread on top of that, then lightly brown the whole lot in a frying pan (no oil) for a few minutes, turning until the cheese melts and the bread is brown!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamEaston View Post
    Get some highly seeded wholemeal bread, put grated cheese on one slice, add tuna mixed with a little mayo or cottage cheese, more grated cheese on top, other slice of bread on top of that, then lightly brown the whole lot in a frying pan (no oil) for a few minutes, turning until the cheese melts and the bread is brown!

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    I'm going to do this for the weekend because it sounds delicious. I just don't have the time during the week in the morning. I get up, get my daughter ready for the sitter and feed her then I'm out the door after I'm ready. I have about 10 minutes total prep/cook time.

    I've tried making my food the night before.
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    Then do a shake

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    Cultured Yougurt
    Oat Bran
    Milled Flaxseed
    Berries
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    Steak

    Extra lean ground beef + eggs is heaven

    Fish

    Cottage Cheese
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    How about eggwhites shakes? I use them everyday... just pump a few ounces, add your favorite juice, stir good, drink and go!

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    I dont know how some of you can stomach it.

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    Yeah you know you're on a crazed BB diet when you can honestly call a mixture of tuna, cheese, and cottage cheese "delicious."

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    Quote Originally Posted by edubz View Post
    I dont know how some of you can stomach it.
    Stomach what exactly????
    I do my best to focus on the task at hand, and give 100% in what I'm doing at the time. Nothing else matters except the task at hand.

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    Fell back on an old standard this morning.

    One cup 2% fat cottage cheese
    6oz Fat Free Yogurt with Fruit (raspberry)
    Multi-vitamin

    Away I go its light easy, I get some good protein and good calories. Best of all its compact and I can eat it once I get to work here as I am now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uthinkso View Post
    Fell back on an old standard this morning.

    One cup 2% fat cottage cheese
    6oz Fat Free Yogurt with Fruit (raspberry)
    Multi-vitamin

    Away I go its light easy, I get some good protein and good calories. Best of all its compact and I can eat it once I get to work here as I am now.
    Ditch the premixed yougurt.

    Get a cultured yougurt and throw in your own berries.

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    I know in the other thread you said you use egg beaters, how about just using the whole egg for a while, the egg whites are pretty bland. My standard breakfast is two eggs over easy on bread with a little mayo and a pile of pepper. When I screw up and overcook the yolk it just isn't as good.

    Peas have high protein, get some delicious sugar snap peas to compliment whatever else you are eating, not to cook, to eat raw. It's hard to beat the prep time on raw food. I like to eat my cottage cheese with some mandarins (just buy it in a small can, they are less than a dollar). Mandarins can be whatever your choice, canned fruit works just fine here, can dump or drink the juice depending on the type of syrup they are in... I prefer things like mandarins, pineapple chunks, stuff like that, but pretty much any fruit works great. I don't know how much protein is in cottage cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel View Post
    Ditch the premixed yougurt.

    Get a cultured yougurt and throw in your own berries.

    Appreciated, but I'll stick with what I have.
    I do my best to focus on the task at hand, and give 100% in what I'm doing at the time. Nothing else matters except the task at hand.

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