@cpierce@JoetatoChip i’m the same way joe. i don’t eat anything until at least 10am, and sometimes i forget entirely. during my school years my mom would have me drink carnation instant breakfast made with milk because she didn’t want me to go to school hungry. i’m always super nauseous in the morning and solid food just makes it worse. i gave her a real thrill one day when i told her i knew what my problem was - morning sickness! i had heard the term and it seemed fitting, i just had no clue at 10 or 12 that it was something pregnant people got
@cpierce@TheFLP It’s not so much your stomach - by the time you feel hungry you’re running low on energy. Best to eat a little before you get too hungry. Same with water - if you’re thirsty you’ve waited too long to drink some.
I eat breakfast in pieces - Morning coffee and I grab a Clif bar to eat on the way to work, then a couple hours later have 1/2 a sandwich (PB&J!) and a hard boiled egg and more coffee. Lunch is also in 2 segments, and a late aft snack, usually fruit and yogurt. For some reason this works better for me nowadays - if I stop and have a full breakfast or lunch, I get logey and all I want to do is take a nap.
lime skyr + homemade jerkola + fresh fruit. if i get bored of that occasionally i’ll do oatmeal with a fruit compote, or overnight oats or chia pudding made with kefir and fresh fruit.
unless it’s the weekend, then there’s usually one day we end up skipping breakfast and one day i make a big breakfast/brunch. (pancakes, crepes, french toast, or dutch baby + eggs + sausage or bacon. occasionally i’ll do omelettes and toast.)
Tea ( hot) with honey, bread slice or 1/2 bagel or tortilla with crunchy peanut butter and sliced bananas on top. Most often lately, plain unflavored yogurt has been appealing. One time I had 3 huge scoops of sour cream for breakfast. It wasn’t until the next evening, when I went to put sour cream on my baked potato, did I see the unopened yogurt ( plain) and the half eaten sour cream.had a good laugh with that…