How Breakfast Became a Thing - The Beguiling History of Breakfast

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  1. Rivercard

    Rivercard Too much good stuff

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    From the time you wake up, how long do you have to wait to eat before it is not considered breakfast?
     
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    Imo where the articles and right and wrong: eat when you are hungry, not when it's "time to eat"

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  3. Southpaw

    Southpaw Provocateur aka Wallyburger Contributor

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    Best thing for breakfast..... a tall glass of room temp purified alkaline pH water.

    From Trader Joe's;

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    BigRedRage badass Contributor

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    I just slam a tall glass of normal water ;)
     
  5. Linderbee

    Linderbee Let's GO, CARDINALS! Contributor

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    I could not choke down a bottle of room temp water at almost any time. Gross.
     
  6. Southpaw

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    Delicate flower alert

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  7. BigRedRage

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    I prefer it, can drink a whole water bottle in seconds. Cold water takes much longer to drink. I dont really carry cups around with me so I usually pour warm water, slam it and move on.
     
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  9. oaken1

    oaken1 Stone Cold

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  10. Linderbee

    Linderbee Let's GO, CARDINALS! Contributor

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    pfft, I think BRR & oaken are the delicate flowers :)

    I can slam a cold water bottle, no problem. Warm is just so......WARM. :D
     
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    I can chug it but I dont know about slamming it, cold water is much thicker than warm water :)
     
  12. Southpaw

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    Beer.... cold, coffee.... hot, water.... in between
     
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    +1

    Wife loves iced coffee. I cant do it.
     
  14. Brian in Mesa

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    Beer.... no, coffee.... no, water.... prefer cold but doesn't really matter
     
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    Cold beer, cold tea, cold water. Btw I like my tea like my women. Cold & bitter. :)
     

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