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#61 Old 02-20-2016, 07:21 PM
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This is going to sound like the oddest thing, but when I was in Spain in 2013 this is what I had for breakfast a few times, and now 99% of the time I have this with my coffee. tostada con tomatoe (sometimes I have it with avocado as well)
Take a demi baguette, slice it in half lengthwise, put it in the oven or toaster oven to toast the bread. Take a roma tomato or two (depending on size) and shred it on a large shred. Put a pinch of mediterranean sea salt and mix in, then drain the juice of the tomato real good. Put the tomato on top of the toasted bread and poke the top with a fork a few times (add avocado here) then drizzle on your best extra virgin olive oil (I use a single variety Spanish olive like Picual or Hojiblanca) and then put a pinch of mediterranean sea salt on top.

Sooo tasty trust me!

This is the picture I took when I was in Spain last:
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#62 Old 02-20-2016, 08:40 PM
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This is going to sound like the oddest thing, but when I was in Spain in 2013 this is what I had for breakfast a few times, and now 99% of the time I have this with my coffee. tostada con tomatoe (sometimes I have it with avocado as well)
Take a demi baguette, slice it in half lengthwise, put it in the oven or toaster oven to toast the bread. Take a roma tomato or two (depending on size) and shred it on a large shred. Put a pinch of mediterranean sea salt and mix in, then drain the juice of the tomato real good. Put the tomato on top of the toasted bread and poke the top with a fork a few times (add avocado here) then drizzle on your best extra virgin olive oil (I use a single variety Spanish olive like Picual or Hojiblanca) and then put a pinch of mediterranean sea salt on top.

Sooo tasty trust me!

This is the picture I took when I was in Spain last:
Yum, would eat.
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#63 Old 02-21-2016, 07:06 PM
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Anyone else do parfaits with cultured coconut milk instead of yogurt? Maybe that's another option. I love me some fruit and a good granola, and although I'm not vegan, I've never been friends with yogurt. I much prefer coconut milk. So Delicious carries a few good vegan "yogurts" from almond or coconut milk. I've used just straight up organic canned coconut milk though.
That's my favourite breakfast, I eat it almost every day
- vanilla coconut yogurt mixed with raspberries or frozen blueberries,
- 1/4 cup of hemp hearts for protein and a ton of other nutrients,
- and lastly a sprinkle of nature's path pumpkin flax granola to add some crunch...yummy!!

Or sometimes I have toast with pumpkin pecan butter instead, if I have it on hand.

EDIT: whoops!, I just noticed you are talking about coconut milk instead of yogurt, I will have to try that too!

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I love tofu scramble. Personally i don't think you can taste much different from tofu and eggs. The breakfast pizza looks amazing!
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This has a bunch of breakfast ideas. Some quick and some that take about 20 minutes or so. The breakfast tofu scramble and breakfast burrito are on here too. http://blog.eatplant-based.com/categ...es/breakfasts/
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Baked Beans on Toast!! Mmmmm :P

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#67 Old 04-06-2016, 05:42 PM
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This has a bunch of breakfast ideas. Some quick and some that take about 20 minutes or so. The breakfast tofu scramble and breakfast burrito are on here too. http://blog.eatplant-based.com/categ...es/breakfasts/
Oh that all looks great!
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One thing I've been wanting to try for awhile is breakfast pizza:



http://www.thatwasvegan.com/2013/01/21/breakfast-pizza/

It may not be the healthiest option but man oh man... It's full of protein at least.
I posted this two years ago and I still haven't tried it yet... But it looks so amazing!

This weekend I need to finally do it!
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I had some of a lentil/quinoa/oats/walnut loaf leftover, and found a couple frozen hash brown potato patties in the freezer. I chopped up the hash brown and pan fried it with the crumbled loaf. Sooooo good!
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Made some crockpot millet, almond milk, and unsweetened shredded coconut. I am munching on it now. Creamy and delicious!
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#71 Old 11-10-2016, 07:40 AM
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I find flax eggs work well as a binder. I've never tried it with potato pancakes, but I think it would work. (In case you haven't made flax eggs yet, the easiest way is to comine 1 part ground flax to 3 parts warm water. I'd say 1 tbsp ground flax and 3 tbsp water would be about right for most recipes, including potato pancakes).

Another thing that would probably work well in potato pancakes is arrowroot powder. It works a lot like cornstarch, but is a good alternative if you want to avoid too much corn products in your diet. I use it whisked into almond milk to create a french toast coating that binds to bread, so I am sure it would work well with potato pancakes!

If anyone is interested, I have a breakfast section of recipes on my blog, honeyandcardamom.com
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I'm sure it's been mentioned before, but one of my favourites at the moment is vegan oatmeal with soy milk and home made apple cinammon compote. So comforting in winter
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I'm extremely lazy in the morning and I've always had trouble with eating breakfast but I've discovered that keeping a box of medjool dates at work has completely solved that problem! Even if I'm not hungry it's easy enough to still eat at least a few of them and they are so nutrient dense they keep me full until lunch. Plus they taste like candy, that's a bonus.
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This may sound like a really weird question but - is there any way to make oatmeal without cooking it? I really really hate the texture of cooked oatmeal, how it gets all thick and sticky, but I like oats in granola or cold cereal... could I maybe soak it overnight in some plant milk, and get sort of an in between thing?
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This may sound like a really weird question but - is there any way to make oatmeal without cooking it? I really really hate the texture of cooked oatmeal, how it gets all thick and sticky, but I like oats in granola or cold cereal... could I maybe soak it overnight in some plant milk, and get sort of an in between thing?
I have the same issue! I tried overnight oats because I thought it might be a good alternative but I still found it way too mushy the next day. However making the recipe for overnight oats and then just eating it right away is delicious, there's no rule that says you can't.
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Half a can a refried beans, heated, and a sesame seed bagel, toasted, with vegan cream cheese. Savory, and 23 grams protein. A good way to start the day.
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I have the same issue! I tried overnight oats because I thought it might be a good alternative but I still found it way too mushy the next day. However making the recipe for overnight oats and then just eating it right away is delicious, there's no rule that says you can't.
AHA! Good idea, I will try that, thanks!
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I tend to have fruit for breakfast. Or banana with peanut or almond butter.
Sometimes bags of crunchy dried buckwheat sprouts are available. Or if you sprout your own and freeze them they go crunchy. Pour coconut juice (coconut water) on. Add a few chopped strawberries or something. Really nice. Especially if you add a bit of vanilla powder. Though some coconut juice is better than others. Or chia pudding with coconut juice.
Or porridge cooked with almond butter in.
Or cake.
Breakfast doesn't have to be things traditionally thought of as morning foods!
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