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Old 10-03-2013, 03:27 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm trying hard to reduce my dependence on grains but am really stuck at breakfast because I have an egg intolerance. Does anyone have some ideas?

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Chia seeds! You can make a pudding and put
Honey and yogurt in it, maybe some raisins
and cinnamon. Yum!

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Cold breakfast

  * Nuts & cheese

  * Nuts & fruit

 * yoghurt  & nuts

 * yoghurt & fruit

* cheese and cold meat (e.g. ham)

* cottage cheese & fruit

* cottage cheese & nuts

 

Hot breakfast

  * beans (bean soup, thick bean porridge)

 *  lentils (lentil soup, lentil porridge)

 * previous evenings meal - reheated

* hot soymilk

* hot chicken soup

* hot vegetable soup

* stewed fruit

* fried potatoes

* baked potatoes

* mashed potatoes

* potato pancakes

* baked winter squash (in chunks or mashed)

* stir fried winter squash

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I like yoghurt mixed with almonds, pumpkins seeds, sunflower seeds and sultanas. Obviously you can use any combination of nuts, seeds and dried fruit.

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Great ideas so far!

I recently went through this (dropping grains & eggs from breakfast). It took a while, but I got used to leftovers for breakfast, which are a great source of quality fats & nutrition.

Soup, chili, cooked veggies (especially carrots & squash).

Sausage, sardines, avocado + a fruit or veggie are my to-to quick breakfasts now. For a "treat" I like a banana with almond or sunflower butter - add a bit of honey & it's dessert!

It's definitely a transition - I was well-trained that cereal or grains or sweet were the only proper breakfast foods. Now I aim for healthy fats & protein.

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Thank you everyone for your great suggestions! I've got a little more to go on now!!

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