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    Before breakfast, before getting out of bed, my wife brings me a cup of coffee. After that, I get up, drink another cup, and jog with the dog. After that I follow my father's advice and usually eat a bowl of oatmeal. He said this "sticks to your ribs" meaning you won't be hungry for awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajatar
    typically:oat porridge made in apple juice with a butter-eye, blueberries and milk.
    I just have microwaved quick-oats with milk and a generous table spoon of honey.

    How do you make oat porridge in apple juice? Do you use apple juice instead of milk? That sounds interesting - I might try it tomorrow - except I don't have any apple juice - I wonder how orange juice will go.... in the microwave.

    BTW, what is a butter-eye?

    (Just so you know, I do not seriously intend to pour orange juice onto my oats tomorrow morning and zap them in the microwave - but I am intrigued at how apple juice can be incorporated into oats) :

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    Quote Originally Posted by lei.talk
    before i leave my bed-room,
    i wash down a dmae capsule
    with sixteen ounces of water that contains ten drops of twinlab's dmae-h3.
    if the complexity of my brain-function
    is my essential distinction
    from lower life-forms
    - i intend to maintain it.
    Do you notice a difference taking that DMAE? There are so many supplements now and so many different brands, hard to know what's good and what's a marketing ploy. I'm taking a multivitamin and fish oil, and may take something else if it is beneficial. Listening to RBN they run commercials for URI International and Dr. Cass Ingram's Oil of Oregano. Know anything about either of those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan
    I am intrigued at how apple juice
    can be incorporated into oats
    when i thought dietary-fiber
    might be a good thing,
    i used rolled barley
    (more fiber than oats)
    and soaked the barley flakes
    in twice as much apple juice
    over night in the coolerator.

    uncooked, it was yummy.

    in cold weather,
    i cooked it in the usual fashion
    with water.

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    Hmm.. interesting theme. Interesting to know what people eat all around the world. Here its every day quite ordinary 1 cup of coffe, 2 - 3 slices of blackbread with cheese/ham, a bit of cottage cheese sallad with tomatoes and a glass of juice. My preferred bread at the moment is a black bread with, nuts, almonds and raisins and preferred juice at the moment buckthorn juice (orange coloured small berries).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    Do you notice a difference taking that DMAE?
    i tried the drops
    because durk pearson's book was so interesting.

    that product is so inexpensive
    that it is worth a try,
    if you have noticed your memory slipping.

    there are other effects.

    some are unexpectedly pleasant.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    Know anything about either of those?
    i am unfamiliar with those two companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcturus
    I don't eat breakfast, can hardly chew and swallow anything in the mornings, its just revolting. I don't think I've eaten breakfast since the military (where you more or less had to force it down in order to have enough energy).
    thats why i had some sausages for breakfast the last days...
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    It seems that my breakfast has raised many questions

    Well, oat porridge is a porridge made of oat flakes. I simply replace water with apple juice and cook the porridge in microwave over. It takes 1 dl of oat flakes and 2 dl of juice on a plate, I mix them together and put in the microwave oven for 3 minutes and porridge is ready. Then adding some butter and blueberries on it and I eat the porridge with milk. Simple as that Tasty, healthy and quite inexpensive :animal-sm

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    I eat eggs, toast, coffee, and orange juice. Sometimes oat meal.
    Tho' much is taken, much abides; and tho'
    We are not now that strength which in the old days
    Moved earth and heaven; that which we are, we are;
    One equal-temper of heroic hearts,
    Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
    To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

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    Corn flakes with soured milk - I hate it but it's fast to make.
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