Help needed: Whey Protein for kid's breakfast

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  1. Tayski

    Tayski Stand-up Fighting

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    A lot of builders and site workers tend to have full English breakfasts daily in the UK :)

    Also nobody in France has croissant everyday for breakfast, more of a weekend thing. In my family and friends at least.
     
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    I guess if you're working the roads for 10 hours you can burn that shit off.

    I'm not surprised at the weekend thing. What hotels etc call a "continental" breakfast is same as English one - not what most people actually eat.
     
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    Is that a national thing in france or is it regional? I save my indulgence in France for pastries made with apricots.

    I actually live in the US and I don't see it in food stores often -- if ever. They had it in Canada, because of all of the Brits, and called it blood pudding --- which it's not. It's blood sausage but was labelled blood pudding.

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    About a month ago I had blood sausage at this specialty meat place in Minneapolis. Solid stuff.
     
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    Country Breakfast always goes full English when visiting the UK.
     
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    National. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boudin
    Interestingly enough it seems the Brits called it "pudding" as it sounds like "boudin".

    You like apricot pastries? How about apricot pie with frangipane?

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    Oui, C'est ca. C'est ma favorite desert mon dessert prefere.
     
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    Our pediatrician recommended a smoothie we give to the kids. It's pretty basic, and honestly, I think you are just splitting hairs worrying about the sugar content in the protein as we don't even use a full scoop.

    Carbmaster yogurt or greek yogurt
    Frozen berries
    Banana
    A lot of spinach
    Ice
    A little bit of whey protein (whatever is cheap)
    Water

    The frozen berries basically overpower the flavor so you don't taste the spinach at all. It's really the only way to get my kids to eat green veggies well.
     

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