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What Do You Have For Breakfast ?

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Salaam fellow members.

Two and a half meals a day... is the recommendation for an adult unless you have a very active or demanding lifestyle then by all means go for the full three but whatever you do not miss it out as breakfast is known to be the most important meal of the day!

(Even if you are Fasting there are no excuses - wake-up for your Suhuwr)!

What do you have for breakie?

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Salaam fellow members.

Two and a half meals a day... is the recommendation for an adult unless you have a very active or demanding lifestyle then by all means go for the full three!

What do you have for breakie?

roti honey and tea

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Tea....maybe an apple or banana....or some other piece of seasonal fruit.

anymore than that I want to :sick: :sick: :sick: :sick: :sick:

Mahdiyah I thought this would be another graphic post by you. What do you have in store for this thread? I don't trust you LOL.

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Tea....maybe an apple or banana....or some other piece of seasonal fruit.

anymore than that I want to :sick: :sick: :sick: :sick: :sick:

Mahdiyah I thought this would be another graphic post by you. What do you have in store for this thread? I don't trust you LOL.

yeah even me expecting some graphic story

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depends. on a weekday - a piece of fruit or some cereal. on the weekend; the worlds ur oyster ... eggs (fried/boiled)/ jibben kraft (yum) / qeymar / fool mdamas........

im ali, y dont u start us off with a graphic description of what u meant by " :sick: " :P

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im ali, y dont u start us off with a graphic description of what u meant by " :sick: " :P

It only means that anything else weighs too heavy on my stomach,

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Salaam.

What do you mean you dont trust me? Im the most trustful and sincere person ever! :P

Now that you mention it let me warn you should you wish to eat eggs for your breakfast just check they arent expired... accidental consumation of old eggs can have regretable consequences (not only for you but also for others around you)! :wacko:

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Lemon tea, then milky normal tea with some kind of carbohydrate: cereal/toast/pastry/yesterdays left overs or an omlette drizzled with marmite. What evers going really.

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I rarely have breakfast mostly due to.me being an insomniac. But when I do have breakfast its either tea, cereal or porridge. I have porridge everyday but I have it at the time of lunch.

Lemon tea, then milky normal tea with some kind of carbohydrate: cereal/toast/pastry/yesterdays left overs or an omlette drizzled with marmite. What evers going really.

Wow, that is one heavy breakfast.

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Full Islamic Breakfast, which is a Full English Breakfast, but halal.

So is that eggs with bacon but without the bacon?

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You can get halal beef bacon and halal sausages.

Halal beef bacon?? i know you can get halal sausages. but still that would be an unhealthy breakfast and would make you pass very stinky gas.

Lol not ALL of them, either xD

I know, but u ahve lemon tea, then milky tea and then one of those options. sounds heavy to me.too much tea is bad aswell.

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Halal beef bacon?? i know you can get halal sausages. but still that would be an unhealthy breakfast and would make you pass very stinky gas.

I know, but u ahve lemon tea, then milky tea and then one of those options. sounds heavy to me.too much tea is bad aswell.

Well, the lemon tea is just lemon and hot water (sometimes ginger also), this is something my nana always did, its supposed to cleanse your system and help digestion and what have you. Then i wait a bit, like 15-30 mins and then have the normal tea (PG Tips decaf) with the food.

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Well, the lemon tea is just lemon and hot water (sometimes ginger also), this is something my nana always did, its supposed to cleanse your system and help digestion and what have you. Then i wait a bit, like 15-30 mins and then have the normal tea (PG Tips decaf) with the food.

Just curious, if you don't mind telling (if you do, I can understand! :D ), are you Pakistani/Indian? Nana is the word for grandfather in Urdu so made me think you are...

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Well, the lemon tea is just lemon and hot water (sometimes ginger also), this is something my nana always did, its supposed to cleanse your system and help digestion and what have you. Then i wait a bit, like 15-30 mins and then have the normal tea (PG Tips decaf) with the food.

Is the lemon/ginger tea herbal? i had herbal ginger tea on friday was okay. and nice touch with the pg tips decaf. If you have that for brekkie everyday or most days then you must be one active person. i have the most f****d up eating routine, i wake up in the afternoon like 1/2 pm, pray then have breakfast which consists of porridge and tea. i then have lunch after maghrib and isha prayers which is at 6 pm. then have dinner at 10/11 pm. then stay awake at nigth and maybe have some midnigth snack. im a rebel :)

Just curious, if you don't mind telling (if you do, I can understand! :D ), are you Pakistani/Indian? Nana is the word for grandfather in Urdu so made me think you are...

i think she was referring to the english term nana which means mum's mum if im correct. she sounds more like arab to me than pakistani.

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

Today I made kishiq with garlic. Tea, is usually what I drink when I eat lebna, manakeesh, or cheese.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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