My silliest breakfast ever? And yours?
By The Horse
Walnut Creek, California
November 3, 2017 9:28am CST
I may have set a record for silliest breakfast yesterday. The cabinet was almost bare, so I grazed on what I had. First, I gobbled up my last few slices of lox. Then I ate a slice of avocado. After that I munched a delicious piece of dark chocolate. And to wash it all down. I swilled some cold Trader Joe's spaghetti sauce that I found in my fridge. Was your breakfast a little more "traditional" yesterday?
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• United States
My silliest breakfast ever, which I had often, was eating kidney beans from the can. I would eat those before I left to teach. Lots of protein in those beans for this vegetarian. I would also eat vegetarian refried beans from the can. Today, not hungry for breakfast, so ate a banana.
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• Manchester, England
My silliest breakfast would have to be the ones that I had in Siberia. It usually consisted of a bowl of cucumber chunks followed by items that I did not recognise, along with a glass of warm soured milk. We were about 3,500 miles East of Moscow and it took three and a half days for the Trans Siberian Express to reach us. You cannot keep cows on permafrost and milk from Moscow would go off during such a journey, so it was deliberately soured before sending. This way it was safe to consume. The locality also had large greenhouses for growing cucumbers, so every meal included cucumbers and soured milk.
@Asylum "You cannot keep cows on permafrost" -- That's correct, of course. But you can keep them in cowsheds, can't you? I've only got as far as St. Peterburg and Moscow but also remember cucumbers for breakfast! Did you stay in Novosibirsk? If so, why if I may ask?