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Left over chicken legs

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Left over chicken legs

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You too, NJ. I was ahead of the curve on kale. It's been a green staple since I was a little kid. Blanched, shocked in cold water, it can be held in the fridge for quite a while. One of my favorite recipes combines sautéed (OO, salt, pepper, sweated garlic) tossed with garden-fresh boiled, diced potatoes. I like using bok choy and Napa cabbage, too. Not necessarily for breakfast. Though you could drop a few eggs on the above and call it a day/morning.

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Oatmeal and a banana.

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Thanks for the recipe, Scamp. I'll give it a run, but I'm thinking Tigg's frosted flake suggestion might be a good option this am.

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frosted flakes

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BT: If you want to try an easy smoothie recipe...

Pour one cup almond milk in the blender, add 1/2 cup frozen kale/spinach (whatever) and blend...add 1/4 cup raw oats, 1/4 cup granola (I use peanut butter granola)...add a scoop of protein powder (we prefer chocolate) and blend for 30 seconds then start adding frozen blueberries, 1/4 cup at a time and splash some fruit juice in as you go for proper consistency. Use four scoops (a total of one cup of frozen blueberries) and let blend for a full minute. This makes two servings and is creamy and, well, smooth.

Note, I use no ice. I freeze the kale/spinach and use frozen blueberries so no ice required. I have added peanut butter as well and just added more fruit juice to thin it out.

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hey BT, try baby bok choy in place of kale. i know kale is the "hot" veggie at the moment but...the baby bok choy has a great flavour & usually one sprout'll do. FWIW.

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Brain roach sounds like a great name for a rock band...last time I checked...up in here.

About to have a boiled egg and head off to occupy a young lady's space.

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"you people" really give me too much space in your mind. Let me go."

LOL! Get over yourself. If you don't want to be the butt of the forum joke then stop saying things that turn you into a brain roach. OR learn to laugh at yourself. We've all been on the receiving end of a good forum ribbing. You can laugh along or be laughed at - up in here.

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