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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Cabbage and Eggs for Breakfast

There's good weird, then there's bad weird. Eating cabbage for breakfast falls into the good weird category. High in fiber, vitamin C and several B vitamins, quick sauteed cabbage of any variety is especially good with soft scrambled eggs in the morning; feel free to add a couple slices of  high quality meat candy, AKA bacon.
Breakfast cabbage: melt a teaspoon of real butter in a frying pan. Chop Napa or Bok Choy cabbage, and add to skillet when butter is hot. Saute for about two minutes on medium high heat. Remove to plate, add a little more butter to skillet, and cook up a couple of farm fresh happy eggs your favorite way. Add a piece or two of dense, crunchy toast, some organic bacon, and listen: that's the sound of your brain gearing up for the day!

1 comment:

  1. This sounds really good! I'll have to try this sometime. Thanks for the awesome tips!