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    Toast with peanut butter and apple slices or applesauce!

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    I really didn't feel like cooking tonight. Hummus, crackers and feta.

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    Non-fat Stoneyfield yogurt mixed with Stevia, cocoa and vanilla. Then topped with frozen cherries that I also mix in...that was dinner tonight! LOL!

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    Yoghurt is my go to easy meal. I often put in some of my homemade granola for chewiness.

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    tonight I opened a bag of organic pinto beans....tossed some shredded cheddar onto a pan of tortilla chips and tossed it in the oven to melt. Poured a bit of warmed salsa and chopped onions. Voila! Nachos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Float On View Post
    Apparently toast is really a big thing now. I know our local power coffee shop (coffees, power milkshakes, and protein toast) is really busy on Saturdays with all the long distance bike riders stopping by for toast and milkshake.

    Oh, is it becoming an "IT" food? Like beets and kale and cupcakes?

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    cereal or fruit

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    Cheese quesadilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiam View Post
    Oh, is it becoming an "IT" food? Like beets and kale and cupcakes?
    DH is going out tonight for a community garden meeting at "Milquetoast" a new hipster restaurant that is all about toast.

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