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Old 10-22-2007, 06:29 AM   #311
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Protein shake with mixed berries
A (free) packet of cheap peanut butter
Decent coffee

Rating: The giant centipedes in my apartment are mounting an offensive!
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:32 AM   #312
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Egg protein shake
peanut butter
prunes

Rating: Super Slavic Strength Diet, aka, cabbage, in effect for lunch, more. I see 95/120!!!!
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Old 10-23-2007, 05:27 AM   #313
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morning scramble (eggs, ham, cheese)
protein shake with berries and yogurt
ok coffee
a ridiculous amount of work to do before catching a 1:00 train.

Rating: WHO THE F*** JAMMED THE 3-HOLE-PUNCH MACHINE?!?!

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Old 10-23-2007, 06:15 AM   #314
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Steak and eggs with Mexican cheese and salsa, bitch.
Apple, bitch.
Peanut butter, bitch.

Rating: Bitch bitch bitch.
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Old 10-24-2007, 08:33 AM   #315
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I had to post my breakfast yesterday from the Wynn

Big ole slice of ham
Yogurt, fresh nuts and strawberries
Scrambled eggs with pico de gallo, salsa and fresh guacomole
1 Taso Ham egg benedict (WOW)
1 bowl of sliced pink grapefruit

Rating: How in the hell do I get this every morning!

BTW John even if you go IF you still will be having a breakfast meal it just won't be at the traditional time, so you can keep this thread going forever!
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Old 10-24-2007, 08:40 AM   #316
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BTW John even if you go IF you still will be having a breakfast meal it just won't be at the traditional time, so you can keep this thread going forever!
No. This is breakfast. Not some post modern notion of linguistic historicism that recreates "breaking of the fast." Breakfast, simple. Deconstruction is for joggers.
As thread creator, I set the rules, and the rules were and are:
Breakfast is defined as a meal one has soon after waking up, or a meal consisting of traditional breakfast foods.
I mocked (gently, this is the PM after all) others for posting their IF first meals, and it would be bullshit for me to claim that a 2pm first meal is a breakfast. Unless it was pancakes.
Others can keep the thread alive. I bet I'll have some breakfasts on the weekend, when my normal 2pm first meal often takes a nice breakfasty/brunchy turn. But the rules are the rules. Relativism is for wimps who can't hack the rules.
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Old 10-24-2007, 01:30 PM   #317
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I'll join, even though my breakfast is usually the same thing every morning. This thread is not going to die damnit.

4 scrambled omega-3 eggs
2 ounces turkey sausage
quarter avocado
apple

Rating: 10 pounds short of a deadlift PR. Only because I was hungry 3 hours later.
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Old 10-24-2007, 04:56 PM   #318
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Coffee
Orange juice
Rice pudding
More coffee
More orange juice
Even more coffee...

Not my finest moment, but I had to lead a 7 hour training session on 2.5 hours of sleep.

Rating: Surprisingly ok, except that I've urinated about 17 times already today.
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Old 10-25-2007, 04:25 AM   #319
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Coffee
Scrambled eggs
Ham
Some potatoes
Cheese and tomato salsa
More coffee
A can of V8

Rating: This complimentary breakfast tasted 25% better than if I had to pay for it.
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Others can keep the thread alive. I bet I'll have some breakfasts on the weekend, when my normal 2pm first meal often takes a nice breakfasty/brunchy turn.
Good luck with the program. And all this time, the only I.F. I thought you were capable of was Intermittent Farting.
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