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    Oatmeal, fruit and yogurt with coffee and tea.
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    oh I suppose I'm giving in to snacking temptation: I had nuts and cheese, and some unsweetened hot chocolate and tea with cream. I usually have yogurt and nuts and berries if I can get them or else dates.
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    I usually eat the same thing, although I recently tweaked it a bit:
    Breakfast part 1 - coffee and a banana
    Breakfast part 2 - a dollop of peanut butter, sometimes followed by a dollop of almond butter, a hard-boiled egg, and a cup of defrosted organic berries.

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    Broccoli with cheese.

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    Butternut squash with cheese. Can you tell I bought the jumbo package of shredded cheese last week?

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    I usually make a 9 x 13 egg casserole with a dozen eggs, veggies and cheese on Sundays. I can cut it into 12 pieces, so dh and I can have a slice every morning during the week for breakfast. It will vary each week depending on the extras and really helps out time-wise in the mornings. Usually have mine on a piece of homemade sourdough toast.
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    Zucchini noodles with cheese.

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    Steel cut oats with vanilla almond milk, raisins, and cinema. No cheese.

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    Asparagus with toasted almonds.

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    Barley with cheese.

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