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Hi there.

 

This question has been asked and answered repeatedly in the past.

Start by thinking of breakfast as meal 1 and that opens up a host of options for you. Leftovers, soups, chilis and stews are popular options. Anything you have at your other meals during the day, you can have at breakfast. For best results, have something fitting the meal template of protein, veg and fat.

Easiest way to search the forum is from Google. To see past responses to this question, for example, Google Whole30 non-egg breakfasts and you'll get links to past discussion threads.

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I think the best approach to take is to stop thinking of it as 'breakfast' and start thinking of it as meal 1 - that way you can eat anything you please, as long as it's compliant obviously!

 

Chicken & roasted veg, chocolate chill & root mash, pan fried fish & stir fried veg - the world is your oyster! (& yep, they'd be another option for you  ;) )

 

 

 

ETA: GFChris beat me to it!

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Here is what I had for breakfast this morning... I added a handful of chopped onions to some olive oil in my wok. I cleaned and chopped 10-12 radishes into small pieces and added them to the onions with salt and yellow curry powder. I added some spicy marinara sauce from a jar. I added a handful of radish greens to the wok and dusted them with salt. I cut a filet of white fish into bite-size pieces and spread them on top of the greens. I poured the rest of my jar of marinara over the fish. I crumbled a palm-size portion of ground beef over the fish and marinara sauce. I added some garlic powder and stirred everything together. I covered the wok and let the ingredients cook together for 6 minutes. I ate the whole thing as one meal and finished with a glass of water. :)

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My usual breakfast is some form of eggless hash. Today it was chopped artichoke hearts, asparagus, and some saurkraut tossed in a skillet with shredded chicken and a little diced bacon. Sauteed it with coconut oil and added some herbs d'provance, dill, and salt. Yesterday it was shredded cabbage, shredded sweet potato, chopped asparagus with leftover kahlua pork.

 

I'm also a big fan of having some leftover soup with my breakfast and I've been known to eat leftover curry for my meal 1.

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yellow curry powder

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filet of white fish

 

Whoa -- this is the 2nd time this morning I've read about people doing fish & curry, and heretofore it wasn't even something I'd ever considered!  The universe must be telling me something :)

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Whoa -- this is the 2nd time this morning I've read about people doing fish & curry, and heretofore it wasn't even something I'd ever considered!  The universe must be telling me something :)

 

Yep, that curried fish is awesome....  ;)

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