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The same thing every weekday morning: one scrambled egg with turkey sausage crumbles and feta cheese sprinkled on top. Delish!

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1 hour ago, theresahyatt19 said:

That looks so good. Do you have a recipe for that

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Spiralized or shredded carrots, wilted kale (that's for you @Walter.Sobchak) additional vegetables, broth and spices of choice. I try to keep the flavor very Eastern if not distinctly Japanese. Top with your fav dense Protein.

It's my version of bariatric (non pork) tonkostu ramen

So easy. Enjoy.❤

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Spiralized or shredded carrots, wilted kale (that's for you [mention=310857]Walter.Sobchak[/mention]) additional vegetables, broth and spices of choice. I try to keep the flavor very Eastern if not distinctly Japanese. Top with your fav dense Protein.
It's my version of bariatric (non pork) tonkostu ramen
So easy. Enjoy.[emoji173]
Thank you I will try this.. [emoji3]

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I have cottage cheese with pineapple!

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I like having cottage cheese with blueberries or 2 boiled eggs, or one egg and a couple of turkey ham slices I think that’s it more or less :p

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I generally do 2 hardboiled eggs and coffee. Sometimes I do plain fat free greek yogurt with granola.

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I’m all about eggs. I love 2 scrambled eggs with 2 slice chopped prosciutto and 1/2 oz cheese of choice. Or 2 sunnyside eggs over leftover roasted spaghetti squash with garlic and Parmesan.

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During the week I do:
2 oz deli ham and a cheese stick - 20g of protein
Weekends:
Egg bites
Scramble

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My Breakfast varies.

I sometimes eat a eggwich (egg as bun) with sausage.

Sometimes I eat oatmeal with a vanilla Protein Shake instead of milk.

Sometimes I eat sous vide egg bites.

Sometimes I eat a bacon, Gouda and egg McMuffin from Starbucks.

Sometimes I eat kodiak Protein waffles with sausage.

Sometimes I just each 6 ounces of sirloin steak.

Really just depends. :)

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I just drink a chocolate GNC Lean shake Protein Shake each morning, but I did buy some Jimmy Dean Frittata Breakfast sandwiches that are sausage patties with eggs as the "bun" that I'm going to try for lunch or dinner soon. They're high in Protein.

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Jimmy Dean turkey crumbles are good in eggs. It gives you much needed Protein. I also made Keto quiche. It has no shell, just eggs, spinach, mushrooms, onion, turkey crumbles and cheese. One slice makes an all inclusive breakfast.💪🏼

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