Healthy breakfast alternatives?!
01-20-2009 09:30 AM
You probably weren't thinking- which is why you've wasted time responding, as well.
Originally Posted by Chub
Anyway, I sincerely thought someone might appreciate my post, being as I often strive to be a helpful, productive member of this board. I was hoping someone would at least partially agree, that maybe work isn't the place to cook eggs in a microwave. I would assume that SOMEONE here has a job that is important enough to them that they would agree with my perspective and re-enforce what I suggest in the first place- That maybe you're doing more harm to your career, than you're doing GOOD for your body, by cooking eggs in the employee lunch room at work in a microwave.
In any case, I sincerely apologize to those of you who feel that I've come across as crass or sarcastic. I didn't anticipate negative reactions to what I thought to be a helpful post. I simply offered what i felt would be helpful feedback from a manager's perspective. Again, I apologize.
01-20-2009 02:25 PM
oh wow haha. cjszip gave you the most sensible and logical response and filled it with good alternatives and apparently much needed sarcasm "bro". It is ****ing weird. Yeah he was blunt. But you're just being stubborn after hugging an online community for being bullied by your coworkers over justified bull**** buddy. some people just don't tick the same cjszip. good luck to all of you in your future dieting adventures lol.
01-20-2009 03:03 PM
i was thinking lana's egg whites raw. since they are salmonella free, you can mix in some protein powder for flavor and some grinded up oats...
that also leads me to wonder, how's the digestability of egg whites raw? I heard different cooking, even non-cooking changes the bioavailability of the egg protein.
01-20-2009 08:40 PM
Even if you are low-carbing, eating a few carbs for breakfast is alrite. Oatmeal is fine along with a shake if you want. Cottage cheese, pieces of lean meat(steak, grilled chicken), precooked turkey sausage and bacon you can just nuke in the microwave are a few options.
01-21-2009 09:19 AM
I hear turkey bacon in the wave is decent.
Originally Posted by earl po
01-21-2009 02:52 PM
Originally Posted by Aggravated
Both turkey bacon and precooked turkey sausage are good in the microwave imo
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