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What do you normally eat for breakfast? Answered

I'm sorry, I just can't stop talking about food. :P

I was reading the latest issue of Saveur magazine last night and this morning, and it has to be one of the most interesting things I've ever had the pleasure of reading. It's all about breakfast, which is quite frankly the most important and wonderful meal of the day. The magazine had a number of different articles about what people eat for breakfast all over the world, in addition to recipes for all these magical foods I'd never heard of. :D

I typically don't have much time these days between work and school, so my breakfast is usually whole wheat toast with butter and raspberry, orange or apricot preserves, maybe some sunflower butter. I almost always have tea in the morning - I think my favorite is coconut chai at the moment. If I'm really short for time I'll have my standard soy milk and mega fiber hippie cereal. :)

If I do have time though, I'll make biscuits and gravy or sometimes Jace will make pancakes. I've only made french toast once with friends, but I'd like to get that going more often. I also really like to heat up different soy sausages and have those with toast and hot cereal.

I also like having hot multigrain cereal with apples cut up in it, with cinnamon and honey. That will never get old.

So what do you eat for breakfast? I want to know all about it!

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Windella7799
Windella7799

4 years ago

I also wanted today I LOVE talking about food! I just joined instructables today.Looking forward to talking about all kinds of foods!

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Windella7799
Windella7799

4 years ago

I love Huevos rancheros.I make them often ! I make crispy corn tortillas ,homemade pinto or black beans,fried eggs,cheese and homemade salsa.

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ackacitah
ackacitah

4 years ago

fruits salad for me

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

11 years ago

It wasn't for breakfast, but my brother (12) made himself a nacho yesterday (yeah, "a" nacho-my sister made him quit after that) that had on it: -Cheddar cheese -Steak sauce -Liquid smoke -Mayonnaise -Sweet and sour sauce -Mustard >_<

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Stark Ideas
Stark Ideas

Reply 4 years ago

sounds oddly good.....;-)

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 11 years ago

Oh my. That might be the least appetizing food item I've ever heard of. :P

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 11 years ago

I forgot, he also put caramel ice cream topping on it.

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 11 years ago

I'm not sure whether to laugh or gag, honestly! Perhaps a bit of both is in order. :P

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AussieAnglerGal
AussieAnglerGal

Reply 7 years ago

how about laugh UNTIL you gag? LOL

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 10 years ago

I forgot, he also put caramel ice cream topping on it.

My response after reading that, and your previous comment. *Stares at your comments and half mouths, "Oh my god..."

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 11 years ago

It's horrific. This is the same brother that makes peanut butter-mayonnaise-butter sandwiches. I'm surprised he's still alive.

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 10 years ago

peanut butter-mayonnaise-butter?

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 10 years ago

Yep!

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 11 years ago

He'll have clogged arteries before he passes puberty if he hasn't already

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 11 years ago

Haha. He's actually very active, so he's quite slim. He just likes disgusting food.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 11 years ago

Thin persons can have heart attacks from clogged arteries too. That mayonnaise n butter mix is not good for anyone.

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 11 years ago

Good point. :D

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SergoA
SergoA

4 years ago

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beamerpook
beamerpook

4 years ago

I love talking about food too! Well, you asked for it: :P As an Asian person who grew up in Vietnam, I was accustomed to having more savory foods for breakfast, like hot noodle soups, steamed or fried rice dumplings that has shrimp or pork in, sunny-side up eggs with toasted baguettes, or sticky rice sprinkled with fried shallots and chicken. As a naturalized American, I have grown fond of cheesy omelets, fluffy waffles drenched in "maple flavored" syrup, and a southern (US) classic, extra buttery biscuits with "sawmill" gravy, a local term for a gravy made with breakfast sausage and with black pepper. Now I'm suddenly starving...

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GilbertoC3
GilbertoC3

4 years ago

Eggs and Pancakes

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ScottHile
ScottHile

4 years ago

Noodles with Vegetable!!!

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FoodLuvBites
FoodLuvBites

4 years ago

Normally, gluten free cereal. On the weekends however, eggs, sausages, and toast. Or pancakes.

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noe42tech
noe42tech

4 years ago

cereal and lot of light food

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agent101
agent101

7 years ago

Nutritional experts have referred to breakfast as the most important meal of the day, citing studies that find that people who skip breakfast are disproportionately likely to have problems with concentration, metabolism, and weight....I'am not an expert so, a simple breakfast like: variety of asian bread ( coconut bread, ensaymada, hopia w/ onions etc. ) if there no bread I prefer for a wheat biscuit & a fruit like banana or apple or orange & a cup of green tea w/ lemon & honey...that's it ! :-)

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lifechristine
lifechristine

7 years ago

I think that breakfast is essential, too important
!But my breakfast simple example: a green onion roll and a cup of milk, a pancake and milk, a red bean bread and apples, I felt it was delicious!
In the breakfast habits of the majority of Chinese people! You can also come here to taste!

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AussieAnglerGal
AussieAnglerGal

7 years ago

coffee
i, for some reason don't like eating when i get up....

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MiriadaTheCarrot
MiriadaTheCarrot

10 years ago

I only eat breakfast on weekends (I get up too early for food on weekdays), but often it's pitta bread (toasted) with yeast extract and cucumber or tomatoes. thick slices of cucumber so it makes a loud crunching noise to annoy my sister.
Sometimes I make farina/semolina with soyamilk and eat it with a bit of jam.
The two weeks after Christmas, it's leftover Christmas food for breakfast, like beetroot soup, cabbage and mushroom vol-au-vent, carrot and almond flan, roast mediterranean vegetable flan... lasts for ages.

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 10 years ago

I hope you wash them first!

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 10 years ago

I have to give them a good scrubbing, and boil throughly - like other vegatables they're toxic unless boiled twice.

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 10 years ago

Really? Didn't know that. Do they taste like chicken? Well... boiled chicken?

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skunkbait
skunkbait

11 years ago

Reheated leftovers. BBQ, Curry, Spaghetti, Steak, or Salad, usually with a glass of wine.

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 11 years ago

That's one I've never heard before. I do admit to eating cold BBQ for breakfast before, but not with wine. ;)

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Yerboogieman
Yerboogieman

Reply 11 years ago

Bloody marys?

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 11 years ago

Yick! I've never had one but they freak me out. :P

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Yerboogieman
Yerboogieman

Reply 11 years ago

Eh, they're okay if they're not Really strong.

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skunkbait
skunkbait

Reply 11 years ago

I just can't drink anything with tomatoes in it.

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 10 years ago

I can't eat or drink anything with tomatoes.

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skunkbait
skunkbait

Reply 11 years ago

Well, I have to fess up. I work the midnight shift, so, my "breakfast" (8 AM meal), is more like a midnight snack!

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RED^WINGED^PEGASUS
RED^WINGED^PEGASUS

10 years ago

Well you should really tried chilaquiles its a Mexican dish for breakfast but can be eaten at every meal time. It consists of tortillas of course with mole' and queso fresco fresh cheese that is and toped with onions and or parsley .I know sounds strange to have such a strong dish but its bold its empowering and plush its vegetarian unless you add chicken. The dish is best when the tortillas are slightly fried enough to give it a crispy edge that and wit the spicy and sweet mole' OH its really good.

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 10 years ago

That sounds so so so good. Suddenly my morning yogurt with fruits, nuts and honey seems really boring. :P

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 10 years ago

Suddenly my morning yogurt with fruits, nuts and honey seems really boring.

But it seems good too...

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RED^WINGED^PEGASUS
RED^WINGED^PEGASUS

Reply 10 years ago

WELL I'll TRY TO GET THE RECIPE FROM MY MOMS YOU KNOW "FAMILY RECIPE" AND ALL TOP SECRET....

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 10 years ago

That's the sort of project that makes a good food Instructable - make sure to write it up carefully and take decent pictures.

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Bigev
Bigev

10 years ago

A bowl of cereal on weekdays, favorites being Cinnamon Toast Crunch and puffed rice. On weekends, homemade waffles, pancakes, corned beef hash, or... more cereal. But i still love chicken fried steak, biscits and gravy, doughnuts, or oatmeal. I LOVE BREAKFAST!

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zascecs
zascecs

10 years ago

My fav. breakfast is stacked pancakes with syrup and mixed fruit (strawberries, mangos, and pineapple)! Yum!

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Jocorki
Jocorki

11 years ago

Breakfast Burrito- Tortilla (big size, I like flour but it is fattening) Scrambled eggs Bacon or Sausage or Both Potatoes (diced or hash style) Cheese (I like mozzarella or you can use 4 cheese Mexican) Ketchup/BBQ sauce/Salsa What's good about this breakfast is its versatile because you can add: peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, onion or you can toast the tortilla (and make it crunchy), you can make your eggs sunny side up so when you bite in yolk goes all around it. you can also make tacos/quesadilla/tostado/taquitos with the same ingredients.

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FaqMan
FaqMan

11 years ago

Nothin and only on the weekends a bowl of ceral.

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xACIDITYx
xACIDITYx

11 years ago

I mix it up a bit.
  • Carnation: Instant breakfast.
  • English Muffin, mate
  • Eggs, toast, sausage, bacon
  • homemade waffles