What do you guys eat for breakfast????
Posted 27 December 2004 - 06:33 PM
Posted 27 December 2004 - 07:44 PM
Posted 27 December 2004 - 07:45 PM
If that doesn't satisfy my hunger, a bowl of oatmeal, in addition to the scrambled egg sandwich, makes it a balanced and satisfying breakfast. AFter eating all that, I'm ready to go out and conquer the world.
Posted 27 December 2004 - 11:36 PM
Anyone else have anyhting against eggs in particular and by the way dairy doesn't seem to do me much harm.
Posted 28 December 2004 - 06:48 AM
Posted 28 December 2004 - 08:46 AM
Unfortunately, if "Bread" Carbohydrates break you out (especially wheat), and refined Sugar Jams (not made from the natural sugar of the fruit used), does too, then eating walnuts just doesn't matter (especially if you find you have a problem with walnuts too). Of course, once again, everyone has their own Tolerance level and through experimentation you will learn what you can get away with and what you cannot.
However for those that enjoy diary but are avoiding milk, you can try Grain Milks (like rice), Potato Milks, Soy Milks, or Nut Milks (almond, hazelnut, etc) for your cereals. You can also substitute 100% fruit juice or water when cooking warm cereals such as 100% unrefined oats or gluten-free cereals such as Cream of Rice or Cream of Buckwheat. Personally, I'm a fan of warm buckwheat cereal, it doesn't taste as bland as the cream of rice, but they both taste better when you add fruit, cinnamon, no sugar added vanilla extract (with only alcohol or glycerin) or other flavorings to them.
If you prefer bread products, there's other products aside from wheat or gluten that you can enjoy. I made Gluten-Free Apple Cinnamon Muffins and Cherry Bread for a Christmas brunch with my coworkers, and most people loved the Apple Cinnamon Muffins. With the muffins, they were from a GF mix, and I added fresh apples, cinnamon, vanilla, and used I used 100% apple juice instead of milk and used smart balance instead of butter. They were definately my favorite as well and I didn't suffer any backlash (even from the sucrose in the mix) as the mix was a rice based mixture (I eat rice almost daily). If traditional "bread" products are a problem, there's always other bread products such as waffles, pancakes, muffins, bagels, and the goodies (brownies, cookies, cakes, etc) that are Gluten-Free and can also be made Dairy free, Sugar free (xylitol or stevia), & Trans Fat free depending on your needs or preference.
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