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I only eat two meals a day so breakfast is usually brunch and I might have an egg salad wrap or a salad with tuna fish .

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Old 10-10-2018, 09:41 PM   #42
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I heard a new recipe I want to try for brunch this year after Thanksgiving.

Take leftover stuffing from Thanksgiving dinner and compact it a bit with hands then press into a waffle iron. Leave in iron just enough to warm it thoroughly.

Serve with a hot poached egg on top.

I love stuffing so I can't wait to try this next month!

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Old 10-10-2018, 09:56 PM   #43
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I drop two or three vacuum sealed steaks into the sous vide bin in the morning at 130 degrees F. Around 1300, I either sear them in a cast iron or broil them on high for some color. If I do hamburgers, I will throw those on the grill as well. If DW, wants to eat steak or burgers, I make her one. If not (she's not a crazy carnivore like me) then I throw whats leftover into the refer to microwave for later. Occasionally, I will just throw a couple of pounds of ground beef in the skillet and brown it up to set in the refer. If wife wants spaghetti, I take a portion and warm it up in skillet with italian seasonings, bay leaves, tomato paste and water. If she wants tacos, I take a portion of ground beef, throw it in skillet add some salt, pepper, red pepper, cumin, and cilantro. Meal prep and shopping is way easy. I spend more time planning what DW and DS will eat than myself. My little six year old still eats a lot of garbage. Chips, goldfish, muffins, yogurt snacks, cheese snacks, etc. For me, I just buy steaks and ground beef on sale. Get home, vacuum seal and stick in the refer/ freezer. Wake up next day to same routine. No muss, no fuss. When I finally get them both converted to strictly carnivore, we will just be buying meat. Of course, that is challenging.
Thanks, I enjoy hearing how others eat.

Being a carnivore seems easy for shopping, I hate shopping. Since I shop and do all the cooking I'll suggest this to DW. What could go wrong?
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Orange juice , wheat toast , coffee. Got to have energy to start the day right.
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1 cup Silk Cashew Almond Protein milk, 1 scoop vegan pea protein vanilla flavor, 1 scoop brown rice vanilla protein powder, blueberries, banana; peach, nectarine or strawberries and a sprinkle on top of Kashi Go Lean cereal. 5 grams of sugar total, 50+ grams of protein. Occasionally add a handful of walnuts. That, plus a French press carafe of coffee and Iím done for 6 hours.

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