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Old 07-01-2007, 12:21 PM   #121
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3 scrambled eggs with about a cup of cooked/shredded chicken (from chicken stock), a small avocado and a chunk of raw cheese (warmed but not cooked.) A smidgen of then-raw milk and butter used in cooking. Rating: Mmm, chicken... avocado!! Mmm...
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Old 07-02-2007, 06:54 AM   #122
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Emergency ostrich/beef stick (thanks John, this was a life saver)
A cup of half-and-half from the fridge at work
Coffee

Once again the company cafeteria is experiencing 'water supply problems.'

Rating: Yeah right, my left nut. Me thinks the aforementioned rat and roach infestation is much worse-than-expected.
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Old 07-02-2007, 07:11 AM   #123
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Albacor with Olive oil and Old Bay.
Dried Dates.
Supps.

Rating: not a new breakfast, but a new apt., so I'm diggin' it.
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Old 07-02-2007, 08:28 AM   #124
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Act II:
Breakfast burrito
A cup full of blueberries

Rating: I'm in Pittsburgh and it's raining.
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Old 07-02-2007, 02:21 PM   #125
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2 cups raw milk, half a bag of frozen cherries, BerryGreens, hemp fiber and protein powder, coconut oil, fish oil, cacao nibs, vit. C, butter oil. Rating: The higher the milk/berry proportion is to the other crap, the better it tastes. I think I got it just right.
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Old 07-02-2007, 02:33 PM   #126
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2 cups raw milk, half a bag of frozen cherries, BerryGreens, hemp fiber and protein powder, coconut oil, fish oil, cacao nibs, vit. C, butter oil. Rating: The higher the milk/berry proportion is to the other crap, the better it tastes. I think I got it just right.
Are you blending fish oil in that (otherwise tasty sounding) concoction (as opposed to swallowing a mouthful of caps)?
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Are you blending fish oil in that (otherwise tasty sounding) concoction (as opposed to swallowing a mouthful of caps)?
It is Coromega. It is super yummy. It tastes like orange pudding with a hint of chocolate. Even better than cinnamon tingle cod liver oil. I thought it'd be good to switch to fish oil for the summer.
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It is Coromega. It is super yummy. It tastes like orange pudding with a hint of chocolate. Even better than cinnamon tingle cod liver oil. I thought it'd be good to switch to fish oil for the summer.
Ah, ok. I will look into this Coromega.
I once made the mistake of absentmindedly biting down on a fishcap in my mouth. The result was the opposite of pleasant.
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Ah, ok. I will look into this Coromega.
I once made the mistake of absentmindedly biting down on a fishcap in my mouth. The result was less the opposite of pleasant.
They will send you a free sample. That's how I got hooked.

I am such a fish oil snob. I don't even like Carlson's CLO, only Green Pastures.
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Old 07-03-2007, 04:08 AM   #130
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Ah, ok. I will look into this Coromega.
I once made the mistake of absentmindedly biting down on a fishcap in my mouth. The result was less the opposite of pleasant.
The free sample takes a while to get to you but it's very tasty!
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