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oatmeal and flaxseed, sometimes I mix in a little fruit and/or nuts.

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cereal and yogurt

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6/22/14 7:58 P

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Yeah, a lot of people don't like cottage cheese. A person either loves it or hates it....

So you are not so strange after all...... lol

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I'm not much of a cottage cheese fan, can have it on occasion with fruit & use it when I make lasagna, but that's not very often. I don't know if it's the texture or what but not crazy about it.
I'm not a big fan of eggs either, but occasionally will have 1/2 of a grapefruit & 2 boiled egg whites (don't like the yokes), a strange cookie, I am. LOL.

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I have tried eating yoghurt because everyone tells me it is so good for me, but I could never get past the smell, so I have never even tasted it. The exception is frozen. I have tried that but it is a dessert, not a food, lol

But I LOVE cottage cheese! I would eat a whole container of it in one sitting if I didn't stop myself.

I like it mixed with fruit or pork and beans. I used to put it in my lasagna when I made it (don't anymore as too many calories and too much work) or even just plain cottage cheese on it's own...... I have recently started to add them to my fruit smoothies to get a little protein in there....

In the summertime, fruit smoothies are my "go-to" Love the abundance of fresh fruit and a little protein helps keep the spikes down....

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I keep a stash of greek yogurt at home & at work, many times I will have a greek yogurt with fruit & nuts -- I like the YOPA & Muller brands as they come with the fruit & nuts, makes for a quick breakfast.

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My usual breakfast for the last month or so has been 3/4 cup cottage cheese (1%), 1/2 cup blueberries, and 1/4 cup almonds is , and one packet of stevia...because I have never eaten cottage cheese without something sweet...thanks Grandpa!

I have been so burned out on eggs (well, egg whites anyways!) and didn't want to overload on carbs with cereal, I was having a really rough time finding anything that I wanted to eat for breakfast.

I usually don't buy fresh berries other than raspberries, but the blueberries had just come in to season and looked so good! I tossed then on my cottage cheese and loved it, but it needed a little crunch....I bought a few kinds of nuts and they are all pretty good on there, but sliced raw almonds are my fave.

Even when I am at work, walking around, it is enough to keep me from being hungry until I can get a break...usually around 3 hours. I have had several people comment on how healthy it looks and that it looks good and ask me what it is, but seem turned off by the cottage cheese...I try telling them to substitute it for yogurt but no one has said if they have tried it or not.

What is your go-to?

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