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On Tue, 4 Feb 2014 20:22:19 -0800
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Americans are kinda obsessed with breakfast, to the point where we
sometimes eat it for every meal of the day. Except actual
breakfast, as we overslept. Anachronisms aside, breakfast in the US
is a sacred feast that we're absolutely certain we do better than
anywhere else in the world. But do we, really? We examined 18
traditional morning meals from across the globe and ranked 'em from
"least nourishing" to "even better than French Toast Sticks".

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We're obsessed with breakfast? I'm not nor do I know anyone else who
is. I eat toast almost every morning. Why? I don't mind it and I
have to eat. I don't want to eat breakfast but I know if I don't, my
BG will soar.


It is hard for me to believe you don't know anyone like this. We have
even seen them posting here. "Breakfast is the most important meal
of the day." Certainly the people who raised me were like that.
I remember traveling in a group of seven teenagers when I was young,
and everybody griped about the skimpy breakfasts except me.

I don't even like most typical breakfast foods. I could easily do
without bagels, English muffins, waffles, most pancakes (although I
did like plain and corn ones), eggs, sausage, ham, Canadian Bacon,
cereal, etc.


All of these things have dairy or sugar added to them except eggs:
unless you make plain pancakes without syrup.



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On Tue, 4 Feb 2014 20:22:19 -0800
"Julie Bove" wrote:


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Americans are kinda obsessed with breakfast, to the point where we
sometimes eat it for every meal of the day. Except actual
breakfast, as we overslept. Anachronisms aside, breakfast in the US
is a sacred feast that we're absolutely certain we do better than
anywhere else in the world. But do we, really? We examined 18
traditional morning meals from across the globe and ranked 'em from
"least nourishing" to "even better than French Toast Sticks".

link snipped since I don't know this person

We're obsessed with breakfast? I'm not nor do I know anyone else who
is. I eat toast almost every morning. Why? I don't mind it and I
have to eat. I don't want to eat breakfast but I know if I don't, my
BG will soar.


It is hard for me to believe you don't know anyone like this. We have
even seen them posting here. "Breakfast is the most important meal
of the day." Certainly the people who raised me were like that.
I remember traveling in a group of seven teenagers when I was young,
and everybody griped about the skimpy breakfasts except me.


Why is it hard to believe? I know lots of people who skip breakfast and
sometimes eat it for dinner but never eat it three times a day.

I don't even like most typical breakfast foods. I could easily do
without bagels, English muffins, waffles, most pancakes (although I
did like plain and corn ones), eggs, sausage, ham, Canadian Bacon,
cereal, etc.


All of these things have dairy or sugar added to them except eggs:
unless you make plain pancakes without syrup.


Okay.

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On Tue, 4 Feb 2014 20:22:19 -0800
"Julie Bove" wrote:


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Americans are kinda obsessed with breakfast, to the point where we
sometimes eat it for every meal of the day. Except actual
breakfast, as we overslept. Anachronisms aside, breakfast in the US
is a sacred feast that we're absolutely certain we do better than
anywhere else in the world. But do we, really? We examined 18
traditional morning meals from across the globe and ranked 'em from
"least nourishing" to "even better than French Toast Sticks".

link snipped since I don't know this person

We're obsessed with breakfast? I'm not nor do I know anyone else who
is. I eat toast almost every morning. Why? I don't mind it and I
have to eat. I don't want to eat breakfast but I know if I don't, my
BG will soar.


It is hard for me to believe you don't know anyone like this. We have
even seen them posting here. "Breakfast is the most important meal
of the day." Certainly the people who raised me were like that.
I remember traveling in a group of seven teenagers when I was young,
and everybody griped about the skimpy breakfasts except me.

I don't even like most typical breakfast foods. I could easily do
without bagels, English muffins, waffles, most pancakes (although I
did like plain and corn ones), eggs, sausage, ham, Canadian Bacon,
cereal, etc.


All of these things have dairy or sugar added to them except eggs:
unless you make plain pancakes without syrup.



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I'm Trawley Trash, and you haven't heard the last of me yet.
Folks from God's Country have bacon and eggs..fried tates..ranch style beans..biscuits and Pet Milk Gravy for breakfast. Not sure what yankees eat. Oatmeal or something..most likely.
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Folks from God's Country have bacon and eggs..fried tates..ranch style
beans..biscuits and Pet Milk Gravy for breakfast. Not sure what yankees
eat. Oatmeal or something..most likely.


What we eat varies greatly. My breakfast is almost always toast. Some
people have cold cereal or oatmeal. Although you can now get biscuits and
gravy in restaurants, I don't know of too many people who eat this at home.
Yogurt or cottage cheese are common for breakfast too. Quick and no
cooking.

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Folks from God's Country have bacon and eggs..fried tates..ranch style
beans..biscuits and Pet Milk Gravy for breakfast. Not sure what yankees
eat. Oatmeal or something..most likely.


Hopefully, folks in ALT.FOOD.DIABETIC do not have those kinds of breakfasts
too often.

Cheri



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Good point. I am the only old fat guy I know who dont have it. Attribute it to Blessings from the Lord and knowing how to eat right.
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On Sat, 8 Feb 2014 02:31:07 -0800
"Julie Bove" wrote:

Good point. I am the only old fat guy I know who dont have it.
Attribute it to Blessings from the Lord and knowing how to eat
right.


Then why are you posting here?


He's Holy. He makes up his own rules.

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