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Eat MORE Veggies!

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When I started to change the way I ate I had to figure out how to eat more veggies at every meal.

I feel like the toughest meal to learn to put veggies with was breakfast! For years breakfast has been a high-carb, load & go of cereals, toasts, bagels, muffins & doughnuts. Yes, eggs, but always with a side of pancakes or french toast. I guess omelettes have always been a good option to incorporate veggies (underneath the bed of melted cheese).

Here are three variations of breakfast veggies I LOVE to pair with my eggs, and fermented sauerkraut(see previous post for details). – no gluten, no dairy. But oh, so yummy.

1. Cabbage Hash – 

– 1/2 Pork Sausage (you can use less meat or no meat, it is used mainly to add flavor to the veggies)

– 1-2T. Coconut Oil

– 2-4 Cups Thinly Sliced Cabbage ( you can make it chunky too, your preference or what you have time for)

*- 1 – Sliced Zucchini

*- 1-2 Cups Spinach

Season to taste with: Salt & Pepper, Oregano, Garlic Powder & Paprika

*optional

Brown sausage first and then add coconut oil & the cabbage & zucchini. I will also add spinach at the end to lightly wilt. Season and serve with eggs and sauerkraut! ( Sometimes when I feel frivolous I add avocado for extra nutrition & a creamy finish). Even if you don’t think you like cabbage you should give this a try. It will surprise you!

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2. Bell Pepper, Onion, Olive Saute –

1-2 Bell Pepper (I like to use red & yellow, green is an option too)

1/2 Large Purple Onion

2-4 Cloves garlic (crushed & chopped)

2 Slices of cooked bacon (great to cook ahead of time)

5-8 Greek Olives chopped up

Season with: Salt & Pepper, Onion Powder, Paprika & Basil.

*Kale would be real easy and yummy to pump up this morning breakfast veggie mix too.

Saute the peppers & onion in coconut oil, then add remaining ingredients. serve with eggs over easy (when I eat this I can almost taste pizza). I think fresh tomatoes would be yummy with this too!

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3. Steamed Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Or any Veggies leftover from dinner the night before.

Any leftover veggies are great with warm eggs in the morning. Or just serve eggs on a bed of spring mix!

I hope this inspires you to start your day with more vegetables! I now feel lost without morning veggies! Vegetables are a fantastically nutritious way to begin your body’s fuel for the day — just have to start thinking out of the box.

Veggies aren’t just for dinner anymore! Please share your ways of using veggies in the morning!

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