Bachelor Nutrition, part 1. Breakfast

Want the quickest, healthiest breakfast? Try this: half a container of cottage cheese, half the blueberries, and a sprinkle of slivered almonds. These should be, respectively, without rBGH, organic, and raw* when possible. The second day this meal will be even more convenient, since the berries are already rinsed and you can combine everything in the dairy container without needing to dirty a bowl. Use a plastic spoon and you can take breakfast for the drive.
Slivered almonds, cottage cheese and blueberries

*The Bachelor Nutrition series is meant to provide simple authoritative culinary guidance without exhaustive explanation. Suffice to say, your food should avoid additives, pesticides, and processing, and should be fresh, not frozen. Which means not just organic, but local. Check for a clean source for meat and dairy. Check for local organic produce.

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2 Responses to Bachelor Nutrition, part 1. Breakfast

  1. Avatar Marie says:

    Simple authoritative…guidance without explanation. Sounds like the government, the food industry, Big Pharma — in short, pretty much everything we rail against!

    Maybe this would work. *The Bachelor Nutrition series is meant to provide simple authoritative culinary guidance — simple because I KNOW it’s good advice, but I’m not exactly sure why. Someone who knows a whole lot about nutrition told me this was a perfect breakfast — something about an ideal combination of protein, carbs and healthy fats. Enzymes, phytonutrients and hard-to-get boron were also mentioned.

    In short, while the guidance is simple, it can be trusted.

    Good post! You bachelors need to support each other!

  2. Eric Eric says:

    Quiet in the peanut gallery. I address that point in part 2.

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