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mr. ed

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Posted: 10/20/20 08:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I also enjoy my homemade whole wheat pancakes and real maple syrup. I do go easy on the syrup, though. I won’t use the artificial syrups that are available. They’re mostly corn syrup and artificial flavor. The extra cost of the real product is worth it to me.


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Posted: 10/20/20 11:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Talk about corn syrup

Dad's favorite breakfast treat
Place a slice of Wonder White Bread on a plate (had to be Wonder)
Pour Karo Corn Syrup over the slice of bread (had to be Karo)
Then pour Eagle's Condensed Milk over the the bread/syrup (had to be Eagles)

Even as a kid it was TOO SWEET for me


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This thread has made me realize how seldom I have walked through the isles of a grocery store over the past decades. I have no idea what’s available for cereal. About a month ago I started eating breakfast for the first time in about 50 years. I am eating fruit, coffee and or some kind of porridge my wife puts in front of me.


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Posted: 10/21/20 03:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Homemade pancakes are sooo good

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Posted: 10/21/20 04:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I agree with pancakes.. Even the restaurant version is good
And French Toast too. Every Sunday when I was growing up on ye old farm.


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Old-Biscuit wrote:

Talk about corn syrup

Dad's favorite breakfast treat
Place a slice of Wonder White Bread on a plate (had to be Wonder)
Pour Karo Corn Syrup over the slice of bread (had to be Karo)
Then pour Eagle's Condensed Milk over the the bread/syrup (had to be Eagles)

Even as a kid it was TOO SWEET for me


A 90 yr old lady I used to know told me she would eat something called milk toast for breakfast. I don’t remember how it was made, but obviously consisted of toast soaked in milk. I don’t know what type of sweetening was used.

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mr. ed wrote:

Old-Biscuit wrote:

Talk about corn syrup

Dad's favorite breakfast treat
Place a slice of Wonder White Bread on a plate (had to be Wonder)
Pour Karo Corn Syrup over the slice of bread (had to be Karo)
Then pour Eagle's Condensed Milk over the the bread/syrup (had to be Eagles)

Even as a kid it was TOO SWEET for me


A 90 yr old lady I used to know told me she would eat something called milk toast for breakfast. I don’t remember how it was made, but obviously consisted of toast soaked in milk. I don’t know what type of sweetening was used.
Yep, my mother used to fix that when we were sick, and it is exactly what you've described. Topped with cinnamon and sugar.


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I haven’t had even a spoon full of sugar in 30 years. If I get it in my food I cant worry about it.



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Corn and Rice carbs torture my blood sugar. Even large amount of oatmeal can add 100+ points. Sigh

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Posted: 10/25/20 06:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just curious if you've tried apple cider vinegar? It has worked very well for me to lower my blood sugar. Was getting up over 165-170 fasting in the morning, now it rarely gets over 120. Just a thought.

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