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41. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

Weekdays: peanut butter and jam on one of those flour rolls. PLus one cup of coffee.

Weekends: fruit (strawberries and mangoes, especially), coffee (lots), special jams, cheese, toast, juice. I like my weekend feasts.

42. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Quoting tway

Weekdays: peanut butter and jam on one of those flour rolls. PLus one cup of coffee.

Try it (not the coffee!) rolled up in a warm flour tortilla - tuck in the ends (like an eggroll) so it doesn't drip while eating it. Yum!!!

43. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

Just re-read Brendan's posts here (OK, OK, so I just read them..).

It reminds me of that scene from Supersize Me!, where the girl stands up and says she admires the main character for what he's doing, but "not everyone can afford Subway every day."

Like our own health is above and beyond our ability to control! As if other people were somehow responsible for our own inability to take control of our own lives.

That said, though, if it counted as 0 calories and was in a recognizable food group, I'd go with CC's M&Ms and coffee (or a big glass of milk) every morning.

44. Posted by bluewaav (Inactive 627 posts) 11y

Hi noemagosa,

I wish I could eat Brendan's breakfast every morning.. really. Fruit is the best thing to eat for breakfast. I need it to survive . I think most people do not think that much about themself when they eat unhealthy breakfasts every morning, and I agree that they don't care- about themself or, if they cook for others, about others. This is believe it deeply routed in pyschology . I SEE it daily in my life. I get enough sleep. I try to eat healthy, I exercise enough to work out, and I feel like a million bucks!

Tiredness isn't just breakfast, however. It goes further to stress, at times, or even straight right to depression.

Quoting isadora

Quoting Jared

We actually have it here. But no thanks. Its too much of an acquired taste really. I'll have a Tin Tam anytime.

Jared,
What exactly is "Tin Tam"? Sounds like it might be your version of our "Spam", (pork meat product in a can).

Sorry Isadora, but "SPAM" is Steak, Pork and hAM, and yes, it's in a can.

Peace,

Steph

45. Posted by bluewaav (Inactive 627 posts) 11y

It was really wierd, but the font changed sizes in that post and got smaller until I moved it away from that lastbox .

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