Or…How Many Eggs Can a Person Possibly Eat in a Week?
As we careen toward the halfway point of our Whole30 program, I’m starting to think about shaking it up a little at breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good fried egg. But who wants the same ol’ same ol’ every morning? I did a little poking around, and discovered I’m not alone in my quest for a little culinary adventure to start the day.
Not only does the Whole30 book itself have some amazing recipes, but I found a great post on the Whole30 site with some more ideas:
Best of Whole30 Recipes: Battling Egg Boredom at Breakfast
One of the things the post reminded me of is that you don’t have to stick to traditional breakfast foods for your first meal of the day. You can eat leftovers from the night before, or even something you’d normally make for lunch. This might seem like a radical way of thinking, but it makes sense, and will open up a whole new breakfast world for you if you embrace it.
If you just can’t live without your bacon (I personally prefer turkey bacon to the whole hog kind, and I’m still searching for a brand that won’t ruffle any feathers), here are some tips on finding the right brand:
Here’s to breaking the fast in style!
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