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Thread: 1st meal of the day suggestion.

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    Almost Famous johnny123's Avatar
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    ex- New Yorker, now San Diego, Ca
    if you have eggs/whites, wheat bread, peanut butter, cottage cheese to work would you compose a good meal from that?

    im 5'10 180 approx 12-13% bf looking to keep size gain some mass, not gain BF etc.
    heavy metal music is destroying my brain

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    Soon to be lean... Joe Black's Avatar
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    I know just how you feel..

    The best I came up with was a ommelette with 5 egg whites, and a yolk and some cheese thrown in.. Then a bowl of oats with some milk to wash it down

    However, after a while this got soooooo horrible and I was only eating half of the ommellette..

    Now I just hard boil 6 eggs.... Eat 3 whole and 3 whites, then have a bowl of oatmeal.. So much easier and quicker..

    Hope that helps..

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    Senior Member Wizard's Avatar
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    ...and if you add a tbs of pb in your oatmeal it will taste better.Anyway,eat your eggs and especially the yolks.They're anabolic(!) because of the cholesterol they contain.
    Last edited by Wizard; 04-21-2001 at 04:48 AM.

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    Wannabebig Member
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    You could scramble the egg whites and put them between the toasted wheat bread. Kind of like a breakfast sandwich.

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