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What Meal Of The Day? Do You Have To Have?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Joe Strummer, Jun 28, 2017.

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  1. Joe Strummer

    Joe Strummer VIP Whale

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    Mine..........has always been breakfast.
    I have missed it many times........and the rest of the day ends up badly....body doesn't funtion.
    I don't even eat lunch for most of my life - don't need it .....only makes me tired.
    Dinner is nice - family & all --- helps to sleep - but I work late...trying to curb that
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    So...........you ?.........why ?.
     
  2. Jerseyguy

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    I need 3 squares a day,breakfast is #1
     
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    I must have breakfast! I can't function especially on workdays if I don't have it.
     
  4. LV2GAMBLE

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    Breakfast is a great way to start the day! Without it, I get cranky and then just eat bad for the rest of the day. Gotta have it!
     
  5. TrewBrew

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    Lunch. I can make it as long as I have coffee.

    While on vacation I am still an early riser so I have been known to have first by myself and second breakfast when my wife wakes up.
     
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  6. Tarstarkas

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    Coffee is #1, extra large hot and black
     
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    One nice big brunch :feedme: and I'm set for the day!

    RICHARD
     
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    Don't really need any meal I'm good with grazing all day
     
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    Breakfast, for sure. In Las Vegas or anywhere. Can't drink on an empty stomach!
    Good luck. :beer::beer:
     
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    I'm more of a brunch person. Don't even start to get hungry until about 10 am. Dinner can be either a full meal or several small "snacks". If I eat too early my body goes into shock! (LOL).
     
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    of course you can....Bloody Mary breakfast...celery and olive count as food, right?
     
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  12. ken2v

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    Breakfast and dinner. Now I don't skip lunch, but "lunch" can be a string of items between the other two. (Or it can be a big-ass burger or sushi or, well, food in general.)
     
  13. vegasdev

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    I eat maybe one meal a day, afternoon or evening, and then snack a lot.
    I can't really eat a lot in one sitting, but I can eat several times a day.
    I really can't stand that stuffed feeling.
     
  14. ken2v

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    Years ago I went from a night owl to a dawn riser. (And yes, that means at this time of year I'm up at 5 or a bit later. But I'm often out by 10 or 10:30p.) So a morning fuel-up is essential.
     
  15. vegaskid74

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    I'm with you. I eat a light breakfast, skip lunch (just makes me tired too) and a solid dinner. For a while I went with just one meal per day (dinner), but the thought of not eating again for 24 hours is a pretty big psychological hurdle which for me led to overeating at dinner. A small breakfast (about 300 calories, eggs, toast, yogurt) solves that problem so I'm still essentially just eating one meal per day, but don't feel the need to binge at dinner.
     
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    Just the three. Well, four if I stay up late. Rarely five.
     
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    Light breakfast, no lunch, big dinner.

    For whatever reason, I just don't get hungry during the day. But some switch gets flipped when the sun goes down.

    I only eat breakfast so I can have enough energy for a work out. And, other than when I'm in Vegas (or some other vacation destination with so much good food), I can't remember the last time I've had lunch. But I gotta have my dinner. Otherwise, I'll just snack all night and end up having more calories than I would have had with a big dinner.
     
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    Two a day, usually. Breakfast is a must, the other one depends on the itinerary. Snacks, too, at times .... plus some drinks (usually starting after noon ... ;)

    GG
     
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    Breakfast FTW.
     
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    I need something for breakfast, at home it's oatmeal but on vacation it can be a bagel or scone. Lunch can be snacking. But then I need dinner. On vacation dinner is my main meal. I also like to eat late, wether I'm on vacation or not.
     
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