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    MaGiCJNG is offline Associate Member
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    Alternative breakfast to eggs and oatmeal

    Ok i have grown very VERY tired of eggwhites/eggs, omelots and oatmeal.

    Does anyone have any other breakfast idea's that are relatively simple and dont consume a lot of time to make.

    Thanks.

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    I too grew tired of the mentioned combo and did not like getting up that early before class to make breakfast. So I started making the following:

    8 oz skim milk
    1/2 scoop whey protein
    1/2 cup oats
    1 banana
    2 whole eggs
    A few ice cubes

    Blend it up and drink it down.

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    Almost forgot:

    Calories=595
    Fat=14g
    Carb=73g
    Protein=43g

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    Ive been doing protein shake, bannana and special K or raisin bran. Sick of eggs and oatmeal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sliceNdice
    I too grew tired of the mentioned combo and did not like getting up that early before class to make breakfast. So I started making the following:

    8 oz skim milk
    1/2 scoop whey protein
    1/2 cup oats
    1 banana
    2 whole eggs
    A few ice cubes

    Blend it up and drink it down.
    ive tried to blend up almost everything you can think of, but ive never blended eggs. How does that taste? Or can you even taste the eggs over the other ingredients and is it safe?

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    ive tried to blend up almost everything you can think of, but ive never blended eggs. How does that taste? Or can you even taste the eggs over the other ingredients and is it safe?
    I honestly can't taste them. People have mixed opinions on eating raw eggs. Its probably not the safest thing to do because of salmonella poisoning and what not. . . I've heard you can buy pasteurized whole eggs in a carton but I can't seem to find them. . . only pasteurized egg whites.

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    I wouldn't recommend drinking eggs uncooked unless they're pasteurized.

    The odds of getting salmonella are approximately 1/30,000 (per egg)

    Although the risk is small, I'd rather not end up in the hospital and have to get part of my intestine removed and lose a shitload of weight...

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    8oz lean steak, 1 whole sweet tater. Thats sounds good to me.

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    I just eat elite oats and about 6 oz of splenda/vanilla flavored ricotta cheese. together they have ~500 calories and 55g protein. It takes about 2 minutes, tops.

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    chicken breast and rice. It's not about "breakfast" food to me, it's about the macros!

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    HAHA thanks stone i like that last one.

    I guess a nice protein shake would do the trick, add some oats in there. Any others? I'm sure there are a bunch of people in the same boat as me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AandF6969
    I wouldn't recommend drinking eggs uncooked unless they're pasteurized.

    The odds of getting salmonella are approximately 1/30,000 (per egg)

    Although the risk is small, I'd rather not end up in the hospital and have to get part of my intestine removed and lose a shitload of weight...

    sh$t i have 8 raw egg whites in my shake every morning never had a problem
    fingers crossed

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    I have a 6oz chicken, cook about 4 days worth at a time and keep in fridge. I also cook 1 box whole wheat pasta and mix with sauce.

    I warm up one chicken breast and 1 cup pasta. Microwave for 50 seconds...ready to grab and go. Protein and carbs....

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    Stone's right...no longer is certain foods restricted to certain meals...it's called eat what ya can when ya can as long as your macro's match up....food is food, period. No such thing is breakfast, lunch and dinner...just meals 1 through 7....

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    I LOVE IT! Definitely going to do that one.

    Quote Originally Posted by zipster_dude
    I have a 6oz chicken, cook about 4 days worth at a time and keep in fridge. I also cook 1 box whole wheat pasta and mix with sauce.

    I warm up one chicken breast and 1 cup pasta. Microwave for 50 seconds...ready to grab and go. Protein and carbs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG TEXAN
    Stone's right...no longer is certain foods restricted to certain meals...it's called eat what ya can when ya can as long as your macro's match up....food is food, period. No such thing is breakfast, lunch and dinner...just meals 1 through 7....
    very very true

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