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Whats for breakfast?
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

Yes, hemp seeds and chia seeds are very healthy and you can add them to your smoothies in the blender along with some fresh fruit, ice and water or unsweetened almond milk. Coconut oil is very healthy too and you can add a spoonful of that also. Plain yogurt is good too, but make sure you get the plain kind and not the sweetened fruit flavored ones.





06-05-2016 05:57 PM
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It would be nice if someone made me breakfast.






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06-26-2016 11:18 AM
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

My specialty is omelets. I can make the most fantabulous ones, they even look good and not all messed up.






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RE: Whats for breakfast?

I do a pretty good omelette too based on my time as a prep cook/ line cook at Village Inn. Them and my pancakes come out pretty.






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06-26-2016 11:16 PM
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

My friends say I'm wrong: order a plain omelet. Should it come with cheese?
(I say, no.)





06-26-2016 11:29 PM
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

(06-26-2016 11:29 PM)OnBendedKnee Wrote:  My friends say I'm wrong: order a plain omelet. Should it come with cheese?
(I say, no.)

I'd have to know how it went down before commenting. Was it anything like this?

OBK: I want plain omelet (In a Russian voice)

Waitress: Do you mean nothing at all, no cheese? ( in new jersey accent)

OBK: Yes you stupid cunt I mean no cheese (In Russian accent)





06-27-2016 12:25 AM
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

Well, it's a local dive bar that serves a decent breakfast. I later came to learn 'decent' is translated as, "cheap".
I was schooled in so much a plain omelet is just scrambled eggs.

I ordered one and it arrived with jack cheese. The assumption was I didn't
want chili or a number of added ingredients this place is known for- thus it is 'plain' (the cheese just kind of holds it all together, I suppose).

I can't complain- the guy next to me ordered a fruit plate and it included cucumbers.





06-27-2016 02:20 AM
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

Kinda depends on where you are I guess, but you don't HAVE to have cheese to hold it together if you cook it carefully. I personally would say plain =no cheese, but then I've been to joints where plain biscuit meant only gravy on it, etc.






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06-27-2016 05:56 AM
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Put cheese in my omelet, some mushrooms too.






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06-27-2016 06:09 AM
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RE: Whats for breakfast?

I prefer the traditional Denver with cheese, tomatoes, peppers, ham,onions, and I will go with other veggies as desired. I like a loaded omelette.






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06-27-2016 09:52 AM
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(06-27-2016 09:52 AM)Donovan Wrote:  I prefer the traditional Denver with cheese, tomatoes, peppers, ham,onions, and I will go with other veggies as desired. I like a loaded omelette.

Yet without cucumbers, right?





06-27-2016 10:25 AM
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They are good with salsa too.






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RE: Whats for breakfast?

Sometimes I go to the country club for breakfast and get the veggie omelet with salsa. They somehow make it very fluffy, I don't know how they get it to puff up like that. Mine are always flat.





06-27-2016 12:31 PM
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They let you in there with your flip flops?

I've heard it said that air is what adds the fluff, maybe if you whipped them in a blender it would help, I've also heard to add a bit of water to your frothy mixture.

I'm giving Sally cooking tips. Heh.






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