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  1. georgekillian Brown Belt

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    I'm off work this week and I have a habit on days off or vacations Hell sometimes everyday of eating non traditional breakfast foods. Soup during the winter time for breakfast maybe a sandwich. It's 8 am and I'm grilling burgers for breakfast. I enjoy bacon eggs yogurt fruit and the usual but sometimes you just gotta go with something else.

    Anyone else into this? If so what's your favorite non traditional breakfast?
     
  2. MusterX Titanium Belt

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    People eat pizza for breakfast so much it almost is traditional so that's always good. Steak is good but then again, that is traditional is it not? Steak and eggs goes way back.
     
  3. cubensys Joe Rogan vs Ice Bucket II

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    Yeah you can eat anything for breakfast, you can even eat nothing like I do most days. Intermittent Fast is non traditional right? It's also easymode for lean muscle but who cares about that.
     
  4. sh1tehawke Purple Belt

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    People regularly eat pizza for breakfast? Mind = blown. What a bunch of animals! The only time I've ever eaten pizza for breakfast is if I have a hangover and I have some left from the night before.
     
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    You haven't really lived until you've eaten half of one of these cakes for breakfast imo.
     
  6. jefferz Steel Belt

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    You've never had breakfast pizza?
     
  7. sh1tehawke Purple Belt

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    No. Is it an American thing? I'm in the UK and no one eats pizza for breakfast.
     
  8. Hades86 Black Belt

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    I worked with a vietnamese physical therapist who would eat her dinner for breakfast and breakfast for dinner . She said it was better for your body, I would freak out watching her eat a bad ass steak or pasta at 8am. She was fine as hell too so naturally I just trusted whatever she had to say about any topic. Awwwwww Yeaaaaaaa.
     
  9. jefferz Steel Belt

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    It's basically eggs, bacon, and cheese on pizza dough. You can throw in peppers, onions, sausage, etc.
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  10. jabba the punk Purple Belt

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    Mac n cheese with some ground beef... A simple mans delicacy.
     
  11. bref Black Belt

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    I'm a big fan of a really spicy pho for breakfast. Especially when nursing a hangover.
     
  12. HUNTERMANIA Always Striving.

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    I had breakfast pizza literally this morning
     
  13. sh1tehawke Purple Belt

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    Right. We have pizza like that over here but no one would eat it for breakfast!
     
  14. therearnaked Purple Belt

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    I eat whatever I feel like. I hate breakfast foods but today I had some chicken breast with pasta for breakfast.
     
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    Fuck man you sound exactly like my buddy, he LOVES pho especially when he's hung over. He puts tons of that sriracha in it. I had it with him and it wasn't a big deal for me, i'm more of a donair type guy when hungover. I live in Calgary too BTW.
     
  16. lifelessheap Gold Belt

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    Yeah man, there is no reason to discriminate against certain foods because of the time. Sometimes I will roll with steak, broccolini and scallop potatoes for breakfast and pancakes and eggs for dinner. Mix that shit up.
     
  17. bref Black Belt

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    There's a pho place in the NE called Basil which has an amazing sate beef pho that cures all hangovers. There was a gang shooting in there a few years ago and a couple of people were murdered, but I think you're okay if you're not Vietnamese and in a gang.
     
  18. j123 Pro Sherdogger 500-0-1

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    I eat what I want depending on what I'm craving or feeling up for. Normally I have 3 hashbrowns, 4 poptarts, and a protein bar.
    Some days I crave burgers or hotdogs so I have those for breakfast. The only thing I don't have for breakfast is alcohol.

    Weekends I have chips (entire bag), bananas, and a protein shake for breakfast
     
  19. therearnaked Purple Belt

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    Yup that's the one I went to right by Boston pizza. That shooting was between FK and FOB. My old buddy Michael that I used to party with a bunch was all into that shit and is now serving time for murder at that bar down 68th street by CO-OP. The dude was fucking nuts man.
     
  20. Thibodeaux Plutonium Belt Platinum Member

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    Love Japanese breakfast.

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